This Romanian-built Popemobile features a white exterior livery and a beige interior.
Dacia will reportedly uncover the next-gen Sandero next summer and show it off at the Paris Auto Show .
The slowing global market, declining diesel engine demand, and a drop in production at partners Nissan and Daimler are to blame.
The Sandero took fourth place, giving Dacia two models in the EU’s top 5 best sellers – quite an achievement given the brand’s somewhat limited range.
The third-generation Dacia Sandero is expected to launch in 2020 underpinned by Renault-Nissan’s CMF-B platform.
The Duster Black Collector will be built in a limited run of 500 units solely for the French market and is priced at €19,490.
The budget EV could be a modified Renault City K-ZE, which recently went on sale in China from $8,700.
The turbocharged three-cylinder replaces the old naturally aspirated 1.6-liter and promises better fuel efficiency and performance.
It could mean that a Duster Hybrid is in Dacia’s future.
The new power plant replaces the previously available SCe 115 1.6-liter naturally aspirated four-cylinder unit.
South America’s facelifted Renault Logan, Sandero and Stepway also bring updated interiors and more safety features.
The Logan MCV is still Britain’s cheapest estate – and a true value-for-money car that delivers on its promises.