Renault Debuts KWID Racer and KWID Climber in New Delhi
Renault KWID was introduced to the Indian market last autumn and since then it has made a great furor. Currently there is an automotive happening in the country called 2016 New Delhi Auto Show, where the company is debuting two show cars: the Renault KWID Climber and Renault KWID Racer. The Climber is perfect for outdoors and has the off-road attitude. On the contrary, the Race, as its name shows, is destined for the asphalt of race circuits.
Starting with the Renault KWID Climber, we should say that this is the perfect vehicle for outdoors. It stands tall as an off-roader, features high ground clearance, wide track, short overhangs and the specially designed pattern of its tires.
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In addition, it includes equipment typical for an off-roader: compact footprint, high ground clearance, big bumpers, side protective moldings, and generous, diamond-effect wheels. The Flame Orange exterior paint finish further highlights the adventurous character of the car. To make a good contrast, the wheel arch extensions are highlighted in electric blue.
The Renault KWID Racer is a pure bred race-car, in contrast to the Climber. It runs on 18-inch alloys fitted with low-profile tires, but also includes honed aerodynamics, bucket seats and a roll cage. Sporty metallic blue finish emphasizes the racing character of the model. Other sporty features here are the wide air intakes, the updated spoilers and diffuser and C-shaped LED lighting signature.
The interior of the car is imbued with high-quality materials like Alcantara, aluminium and carbon. In general the cabin is decided in Titane Black trim, which is highlighted by touches of anodized red. The totem console in the centre of the dashboard displays all of the important data. There are also four-point harness in the bucket seat, digital rev counter and a leather-trimmed steering wheel with an alloy frame.
Both KWID Racer and KWID Climber are only show cars so far, but we are definitely looking forward to seeing them on the market… and not only on the Indian one.