Renault Talent was introduced; This new Renault sedan is actually a ribbed version of the Dacia Logan, which is now on its way to the Turkish car market with minor changes.
Renault intends to offer it in markets where the Dacia brand is not present, by making minor changes to the third-generation Dacia Logan and affixing its logo to the low-cost sedan. The French automaker recently introduced its new sedan called the Talayant to the Turkish market, which is set to replace the Symbol model. In fact, the Renault Talent is a ribbed version of the Logan, but now uses new headlights and taillights similar to other Renault products.
Renault Talent Profile
Renault designers changed the windshield and headlights of the Logan to make it somewhat similar to the Renault Clio. In the rear of the Logan, we also see changes, and in this part, the designers have pulled the C-shaped taillights all the way to the trunk. Two-tone alloy rings also make the appearance of the talent more attractive. In general, Talayant has a better appearance than the Romanian Logan, but the customers’ tastes also influence the choice between the two.
Pictures of Renault’s new sedan cabin have not been released yet, but there probably won’t be much of a difference between the Talent and the Logan in the interior. Although there is no information about the technical specifications of Renault’s new product, but the Talent will probably use the same Logan 3-cylinder gasoline engines. To transfer power from the engine to the wheels, this car will most likely use 6-speed manual gearboxes and CVT.
Turkish company Renault plans to launch the Talent in mid-2021. Dacia also plans to produce a crossover version of the Logan, which will likely be marketed as the Logan Stepway. Dacia’s new product is expected to be launched in 2022 to replace the Logan MCV.