New Compact SUV Unveiled
Nogai unveiled a new compact SUV called the Triber. Capture (domestic name: QM3) model with a more imposing body, can increase the length and wheelbase, up to seven people can ride.
From the introduction of appearance first. The look is much like Renault. Around the grille unique to Renault, the head lamp was wiggled at the end. Add a silver skid plate under the bumper, add a thick black molding to the fender, and feel off-road.
Side and back are fresh. Compared with the capture, you can see that the key is lengthened. Panel between the two rows and three rows of windows and the thick rear wheel fender are also pointed. A thick plastic panel was added between the front and rear wheels, and the tail lamps were stretched horizontally.
On the other hand, it is hard to feel originality in the room. The display was placed under the tuyeres and the air conditioning dial was added underneath. The storage space arranged in a staircase stands out. The key is in the back seat. The B-segment small SUV, however, increased in length and put up to three rows of seats. Though detailed figures are not revealed, it is anticipated that they will secure niche market space by securing head space.
Renault set out to lead the market in Tryver. The situation is similar to that of Celts, which was recently unveiled by Kia Motors. It will be produced in Renault India plant and will start selling from the second half of this year.
The Indian automobile market has grown at a CAGR of 6% since 2013. In particular, last year, it produced 5.17 million cars, chasing the world’s fourth-ranked Germany and became the world’s fifth-largest producer of automobiles. The total population is 1.3 billion, and the current car penetration rate is about 35 per thousand. The growth potential is endless. The industry expects to rise to the world’s third-largest automobile market after China and the US in 2020.
At the heart of the trieber is a 1.0L gasoline engine. It has a maximum output of 72 horsepower and a maximum torque of 9.7㎏ ‧ m. It is a power train suitable for Indian market. Renault plans to sell a total of 200,000 vehicles over the next three years.
Meanwhile, Renault is preparing for a second generation capture. It is a full-change model for about six years since the first generation in 2013. It is expected to be more fully completed with the new CLOIO platform that emerged in Europe recently. 1.0L gasoline turbo and 1.3L gasoline turbo, and the first hybrid model to be captured.