Renault Triber 7-Seater
The Renault Triber is based on the CMF-A platform that also underpins the Kwid in the automaker's line-up,and instead of identifying it as an MPV, the French automaker is calling it a premium hatchback with a unique twist.
In terms of dimensions, the Renault Triber measures 3990 mm in length, 1739 mm in width, 1643 mm in height with a wheelbase of 2636 mm.
At the rear, the Renault Triber comes with a pair of stylish, wraparound taillamps, roof-mounted spoiler and large Triber lettering at the centre of the sculpted tailgate. The black cladding extends to the rear bumper as well, which also comes with silver skid plate.
The Triber gets a clutter-free layout with a dual-tone themed cabin. The interior is finished in black and beige colour schemes that extends from the dashboard to the seats, with silver accents on the steering wheel and air vents. The large screen takes prominence on the centre console, while the overall design has been intended for a simple look and to liberate more space.
The Renault Triber also gets second row seats with segment-first sliding and reclining function. The seats also get 60:40 split and while the driver side section just slides, the passenger side section fold and tumbles.
The Renault Triber also gets an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with navigation, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity. The system will provide access to a host of apps and also playback videos through by played via the USB.
Power on the Renault Triber will come from the new 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol energy engine that is tuned for 71 bhp and 96 Nm of peak torque. The new motor will come paired with the 5-speed manual and EASY-R AMT options.
With respect to the safety tech, the Triber will come with four airbags - driver, passenger and front sides; a segment first, while also adding three-point seatbelts for all three rows. The car will get the speed alert system, rear parking sensors and seatbelt reminder system as standard to comply with the new norms and will also come with a reverse camera on offer.
The Renault Triber has been co-developed by the automaker's facilities in India and France, and has been specifically designed for the Indian market.