Dacia Reveals All-New Sandero Model Family Design, Full Details Coming September 29

Dacia has dropped the first official images of the all-new 2021 Sandero, Sandero Stepway, and Logan models ahead of a full reveal on September 29. The new third-generation Sandero features an evolutionary exterior design, featuring modern Y-shaped LED daytime running lights and LED taillights with a matching pattern. Compared to […]


Dacia has dropped the first official images of the all-new 2021 Sandero, Sandero Stepway, and Logan models ahead of a full reveal on September 29.

The new third-generation Sandero features an evolutionary exterior design, featuring modern Y-shaped LED daytime running lights and LED taillights with a matching pattern.

Compared to the outgoing model, the 2021 Sandero gets a more sloping windshield, a lower roofline, and wider tracks; Dacia says that despite leaving the ground clearance unchanged, their latest model “feels lower and more grounded”.

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As before, the model family includes the Sandero Stepway crossover, which received a model-specific bonnet that’s more domed and comes with a set of extra ribs, as well as a set of unique bumpers, sills, and fenders for that “rugged” look.

Last but not least we get the sedan variant of the new Sandero, the 2021 Dacia Logan. The affordable sub-compact sedan benefits from the same design changes and now features slightly smaller glass surfaces and a flowing roofline among other new design elements.

Dacia didn’t reveal anything about the hardware of the all-new Sandero model family, with previous spy shots giving us a premature look at its interior. The cabin of Dacia’s new core model will feature a newly designed dashboard featuring a floating infotainment touchscreen display, as well as a redesigned multifunction steering wheel.

The biggest change however is the switch to Renault’s current CMF-B architecture, which also underpins models like the Clio and Captur. The modern platform is going to make the new 2021 Dacia Sandero compatible with electrified powertrains, in addition to the regular petrol and diesel options.

Stay tuned for the reveal of the 2021 Dacia Sandero, Sandero Stepway, and Logan on September 29.

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