The Duster has a redesigned front grille with new chrome plating hides a new air intake and larger light clusters.
At the rear the car is mostly the same as the outgoing model, with subtle styling tweaks giving the Duster a stockier, more SUV-like appearance. Redesigned light clusters and further chrome outlines can be seen on these pictures.
The interior of the cars pictured here have been upgraded to match the right-hand drive cars that are already on sale in the UK.
In addition, the car has been revealed with new roof bars and slatted roof supports, a chrome-plated exhaust plus the addition of 16-inch alloy wheels.
Dacia says the upgrades 'underscore the car's on-road stance and robust, "go-anywhere" character.'
The revised car will be coming to the UK in 2016.
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