Renault, the French automaker, has recently unveiled its latest innovation: the Renault Kardian, a compact, modern, and tech-focused SUV that is set to conquer the international markets. The launch of Kardian marks another step in the Renaulution strategic plan – the start of the “Renovation” phase in Renault’s international markets.
What is Renault Kardian?
Renault Kardian is a new SUV that combines the best of Renault’s design, technology, and performance. It is based on the CMF-B platform, which is shared with other Renault models, such as Renault Clio and Renault Arkana. Kardian has a sleek and dynamic exterior with a distinctive front grille, LED headlights, and 17-inch alloy wheels. It also has a spacious, comfortable interior with a digital dashboard, a 9.3-inch touchscreen, and a wireless charging pad.
Design and Technology
Renault Kardian is equipped with a range of advanced features that make it a smart and safe vehicle. It has a 360-degree camera, blind spot warning, lane-keeping assist, adaptive cruise control, and emergency braking system. It also has an EASY LINK multimedia system, which allows the driver to access various functions such as navigation, music, phone calls, and online services through voice commands or touch gestures.
Performance and Efficiency
Renault Kardian is powered by a 1.3-liter turbocharged petrol engine that delivers 130 horsepower and 240 Nm of torque. It has a dual-clutch automatic transmission that offers smooth and responsive driving. It also has an ECO mode that reduces fuel consumption and CO2 emissions by up to 12%. Renault Kardian has a fuel efficiency of 5.8 liters per 100 km (40.5 mpg) and a CO2 emission of 132 grams per km.
Why is Renault Kardian Important?
Renault Kardian is not just another SUV in the market. It is a strategic product that reflects Renault’s vision and ambition for the future. Renault Kardian is designed to meet the needs and expectations of customers in various regions around the world, especially in emerging markets such as Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, India, and Southeast Asia.