Renault Duster Oroch concept revealed

Apparently pick-ups account for 75% of the South American light commercial vehicle market. So Renault’s decision to convert the Duster SUV into a truck makes a lot of sense (even if it’s just a concept for now).

The Oroch, which is due to be unveiled at the upcoming São Paulo Motor Show, combines a five-seat, four-door cab with a short cargo box. A set of 18” wheels, chunky bumpers and some protective body cladding help to achieve a suitably rugged look.

Renault Duster Oroch Concept (2014) Front Side

In typical attention-grabbing concept style, some rather superfluous features are also part of the specification. These include a large panoramic glass roof, two rear-mounted video cameras and a kiteboard rack.

Renault has yet to confirm whether or not there’ll be a production version of the Duster Oroch.

Renault Duster Oroch Concept (2014) InteriorRenault Duster Oroch Concept (2014) Rear Side

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