Group Renault went to the IAA Mobility 2021 in Munich with a knife between its teeth. Renault itself (understood as a brand) said it was skeptical about the European idea of sell only 100% electric cars from 2035 onwards, ready to fight for also have hybrids until 2040. Meantime Dacia showed the world its new Jogger.
The Romanian brand under the aegis of the French group is showing very interesting things, ourselves we just tried the new Sandero Stepway Bifuel and you will soon be reading quite positive opinions about it. However the brand never ceases to amaze with the new Dacia Jogger, a 7-seater family SUV that represents a novelty in the line-up.
According to the Dacia designers, the new Jogger has been designed to be the ideal companion in the daily life of families, who in addition to the daily grind in the city also want explore nature and enjoy the outdoors. If the recent Dacia Spring immediately positioned itself as the most affordable electric on the market (read more we drove the Dacia Spring in preview), the Jogger is a candidate to be the most accessible 7-seater on the current scene, in full Dacia style.
At launch it will be available in two different versions, with TCe 110 petrol engine and with ECO-G 100 engine, and we know that the acronym ECO-G indicates a Bifuel petrol / LPG engine – with Dacia confirming itself as the only manufacturer to have a complete range of cars with this dual fuel.