With its uniquely modular and practical MPV design, the Triber is set to disrupt the sub-4 metre segment. Here’s what it looks like in the flesh
Renault's new car isn't a cookie-cutter hatchback and promises some added practicality. Should you be excited about it?
Is practicality the only strength of the Triber? Here's a complete lowdown on the mini MPV in five brief points
Can the Triber disrupt the sub-4 metre segment with its unique modular platform?
The 7-seater MPV claims to offer the most spacious cabin under 4 metres
Scheduled to launch tomorrow, here’s everything we know so far about the upcoming Renault Triber
The Triber will mark Renault’s entry into the premium hatchback segment
The premium hatch could feature a flexible seating layout
With the expected unveil next month, the Triber will mark Renault’s entry in the premium hatchback segment
The lower-spec variant spotted here doesn’t look excessively stripped down
Set to be positioned below the Duster, the Triber will rival the likes of Maruti Suzuki Baleno, Hyundai i20 and Honda Jazz
Based on a new modular platform, the Triber will sit below the Duster in Renault’s lineup
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