Renault KWID Exteriors and Interiors Styling and Design
The Kwid is Renault’s entry into the highly competitive compact hatch segment. To
separate it from the crowd, the Kwid takes styling cues from the Renault Duster. The large front
grille and side plastic cladding gives the hatch a dash of ruggedness. While the car looks butch from
the front and side, the rear styling is more in sync with a hatchback than an SUV. The overall boxy
design of the Kwid not only looks good, but also adds to interior space.
The Renault Kwid feels spacious thanks to the long wheelbase that offers decent legroom
front and back. The Kwid’s interior space is
not just restricted to the passenger cabin. At 300 litres,
the Kwid’s boot is the largest in its segment. To put that into perspective, the Volkswagen Polo
(which is a segment above) has a boot space of 295 litres. This should be good enough to carry all
the luggage needed on a weekend trip. There’s plenty of storage spaces – two glove boxes, bottle
holders and cubby holes to store knick-knacks. The digital instrument cluster is also a first in this
segment. The top-of- the-line Renault Kwid also comes with a touchscreen entertainment system,
which is a first in this segment.