#AutoExpo2020: Renault unveiled the TRIBER EASY-R AMT at the Auto Expo 2020 in the presence of Mr. Fabrice Cambolive, SVP, Chairman of Africa-Middle-East-India-Pacific Region, Groupe Renault and Mr. Venkatram Mamillapalle, Country CEO & Managing Director, Renault India Operations.
Renault TRIBER EASY-R AMT will be launched in the first half of this year.
The outcome of a joint project between Renault teams in India and France, Renault TRIBER was specifically designed keeping in mind opportunities for innovative products in the Indian market. Renault TRIBER has offered an unmatched value proposition to customers looking at a less than 4 meter car and has stood out as being a super-spacious, ultra-modular, affordable, fuel-efficient vehicle with attractive interiors which boasts of many modern and practical features in less than 4 meters.
With the EASY-R AMT option, Renault will take forward the key USPs of TRIBER being a flexible, attractive & affordable offering. Flexible, in terms of providing enhanced comfort of city and highway driving. Attractive, by the EASY-R technology with Traffic Assist which allows you to comfortably navigate in heavy traffic conditions. Affordable, by the fact that it will offer superior fuel efficiency and be competitively priced.
Renault TRIBER redefines the conventional notions of the Indian automotive industry, changing the rules in terms of space and modularity. Targeted at the B-segment customer, which is the fastest growing segment of the Indian automobile market. it has seen a good response so far. And the AMT technology is a popular choice for the segment.
Renault TRIBER EASY-R AMT comes fitted with the 1.0L petrol engine that offers a balance between performance and fuel economy, with low cost of maintenance.
The TRIBER achieves the feat of accommodating one to seven adults in comfort in less than 4 meters and offers 625L boot space – the largest in its category, in five-seater configuration. It is high on safety features and includes class leading offering of 4 airbags.
Renault TRIBER has already sold more than 28,000 units in India, and exports to South Africa and the SAARC region have also started.
Together with the Renault DUSTER and Renault KWID, Renault is progressing despite the challenging macro-economic environment in India. It is the only brand growing over the last calendar year with sales of 88,869 units, enabling a growth of 7.9% over last year. Renault also exported more than 13,500 cars in 2019.
Renault has expanded its network reach to more than 370 sales and 450 service touch points, that include 257 service workshops and 215 locations covered through Workshop On Wheels. This is in support of Renault’s keen focus growing its presence in rural areas as part of its expansion plans.
With a developing product portfolio, increasing network and clear strategic direction, Renault is taking concerted efforts to grow the brand in India, which is an important market for the Group’s global expansion plans.