The Dacia Jogger is a key model for the Renault Group manufacturer. It will be the first Dacia to take advantage of a hybrid powertrain (the electrified version will arrive in 2023) and will replace three models in one fell swoop: Logan, Dokker and the Lodgy minivan. According to what has been stated, the model has been designed for families, taking inspiration from different architectures: the length of station wagons (about 4.5 meters), the habitability of multi-spaces and the aesthetic characteristics of SUVs. The car is also available in a seven-seater version.
The design of the vehicle, created by the team led by Miles Nürnberger, has the appearance of a station wagon with some appendages typical of SUVs, such as the bumper fascias and plastic protections. If the front follows the new family feeling inaugurated by the Sandero and Sandero Stepway models with the Y-shape luminous signature of the headlights, the rear exploits a stylistic solution with vertically developed light clusters that is currently unique for the brand. “The name refers to sport, nature and positive energy. This vehicle contributes to the development of the brand’s new identity,”, Dacia said in a statement.
The cabin also follows the general approach inaugurated by Sandero and Sandero Stepway with steps forward for the brand in terms of quality, finishes and materials used. On the richer versions, the interior features an 8-inch central display from which the infotainment system can be controlled, while the instrumentation is analogue, as is the compartment dedicated to air conditioning, which is controlled by a number of physical controls.
By A&D|2021-09-03T12:57:40+02:003 September 2021|NEWS|