Sandero Stepway Concept Teasers Released

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When they acquired Romanian manufacturer Dacia a few years back, the French from Renault were hoping to strike gold. What they didn't expect was so much gold. Since the introduction of the Logan model, the first one built by Dacia under French ownership, it was pretty much a one way trip for the two partners: up.

Since the Logan, Dacia launched the Sandero hatchback and the Duster SUV. All three are currently being marketed around the world under different badges. Out of those markets, the South American ones prove to be particularly-Dacia friendly.

Sold locally with a Renault badge, the Dacia models experience quite a deal of success in Brazil. In an attempt to expand the appeal of the Sandero model on the market, the local Renault design unit is preparing a new concept, based on the Sandero Stepway, which will be presented at the Sao Paolo Auto Show (which opens its doors later this month).

The details surrounding the model are not yet known, but it is unlikely there will be major mechanical or performance-related modifications. According to, the Sandero Stepway Concept will be mostly about visual experience and... women.

Sources say the concept is particularly aimed at the female customers and will offer, should it get a green light for production, quite an extensive array of personalization options. That includes new colors, vinyls and even text.

That is all about the concept so far, but we expect the Brazilians to come back on the subject with more details. Until then, enjoy the little that can be seen in the teasers featured in the gallery below.
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