While the car features an evolutionary upgrade, what Dacia has achieved is an overall more premium design dynamic and character.
The front and back of the car features a smoother and rounder design while the side of the car has been emphasised with new lines across the body.
Dacia’s signature grille flanked by the headlights stretches across the front of the car.
New LED daytime running lights with a new lighting signature have now also been added as a standard features as has a chrome finish skid plate an aluminium roof bars.
Dacia has also added new 17-inch alloy wheels and prominent wheel arches with black wing arches to the car.
Powering the car will be the same drivetrains featured on the previous generation, the 1.5-litre diesle and 1.2-litre petrol.
Both four wheel drive and two wheel drive versions of the car are likely to be made available depending on the trim level you select.
Dacia is keeping the new and improved cabin under wraps until the car’s debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show but it can expected that there will be significant upgrades.
Soft touch materials, connectivity options such as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and an improved infotainment system could all feature on the 2018 SUV.
UK deliveries of the car are expected in the UK in mid-2018.