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First look: Dacia's Logan Steppe concept

Ski-bunny: Logan Steppe has roof-mounted spotlights and a roof storage system.

Dacia unveils its first show car, developed by Renault Design as an alpine SUV

8 Mar 2006

DACIA unveiled its inaugural Geneva motor show car last week, produced by Renault Design and developed on the theme of snow sports.

Called the Logan Steppe, the five-seater wagon features sturdy body parts and tech-feel fabrics and sporty materials inside to capture its 4WD application.

Derived directly from Logan, the car has 17-inch alloy wheels and a apronounced grille and front-end design with wrap-around bumpers and protective sills.

Other features include Xenon headlights, symmetrical rear doors, roof-mounted spotlights and a roof storage system built into the roof. Despite its 1780mm height, the Steppe’s proportions are well balanced.

151 center imageThe interior is roomy, with highlights including an MP3 player and DVD screens in the back of the front head restraints.

Video editing equipment is housed in one of the rear doors with a monitor for a detailed review of the afternoon’s action on the ski slopes (or elsewhere).

The Steppe is 4470mm long but has a boot capacity of 1.7 cubic metres.

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