The Dacia Dokker is Renault’s idea of a budget-friendly leisure activity vehicle that can also double as a panel van. Since 2012, it’s been on sale in Romania and other European markets, as well as in North Africa and many other territories.
If you’re the type of person who needs something like the Dokker in their life, whether it wears a Renault or a Dacia badge, you might want to wait for the new model to arrive, which should happen sometime next year seen as how prototypes have already begun public testing.
At first, the sheer intricacy of the camouflage might throw some people off; however, look close and you’ll notice a great number of things that are different on this prototype compared to the current model.
Let’s start with the front end, where the Dokker is set to receive a new bumper with differently-positioned fog lights. Also new is the hood and, if we had to bet, we’d say that the headlights and grille will also feature a different design, although we can’t really see past the tape.
Moving on to the side, we notice larger side mirrors as well as a different door handle for the sliding rear door (horizontal instead of vertical), similar to the Renault Kangoo.
The new Dokker will likely feature a range of gasoline and diesel engines, while an LPG (gas) model is also possible.