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2019 Renault Kwid Spied road testing in India

2019 Renault Kwid spyshot (1)

2019 Renault Kwid test mule reveals LED daytime running lights, new grille and redesigned headlamps

Renault Kwid EV aka K-ZE was shown to the world just a few days ago in China and now the test mule of 2019 Renault Kwid has been spied testing in India. Despite the camouflage, the test mule reveals the design of eyebrow-like LED daytime running lights, revised headlamps and a new front grille as well.

Apart from a completely redesigned front fascia, the 2019 Renault Kwid will also come with other changes across exterior and inside the cabin as well. Expect new design wheels, a revised taillight design to be there, while the basic silhouette will remain similar to the current model. Inside the cabin, expect 2019 Renault Kwid to come with a host of changes over the current model.

2019 Renault Kwid spyshot (1)

Inside the cabin, the 2019 Renault Kwid could don a new touchscreen infotainment system. A new dashboard would be there while the rotary dials and buttons are likely to see a refreshed appearance. So far, there is no word about any dimensional change. But, we can expect the 2019 Renault Kwid to come with dimensional updates. Therefore, it is likely to offer a bit more space and comfort compared to the current model.

Power source for the current Kwid includes an 800cc and a 1.0-litre petrol engine. The 2019 Renault Kwid is likely to retain both the engines. Power and torque output too are expected to remain the same as the current model. Transmission options include a manual gearbox and an AMT as well.

An electric variant of the Kwid has been making quite some buzz in India. However, the French auto manufacturer remained silent about the launch and details about Kwid EV. Now, with a production-ready version ready for the Chinese market we might see the green car being rolled out here as well. However, only time will tell the tale.

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