French carmaker Renault has unveiled Kwid Outsider concept at the ongoing Sao Paulo International Motor Show.
According to the manufacturer, developed in conjunction with the Renault Design Latin America (RDAL), the new concept highlights the versatility and robustness of the vehicle.
The Kwid uses Renault-Nissan Alliance's CMF-A platform with about 80 percent of its content consists of new parts developed by Renault Technologies Americas to meet the needs of the Brazilian market and Latin America.
The Outsider concept further accentuates the pseudo-SUVish style of Kwid with thick plastic cladding around the vehicles. This is complemented by bigger tyres wrapped around newly designed alloy wheels. The concept showcased at the show features orange shade while green touches at the front grille, fog lamp bezel, wheel arches and at the roof rail adds youthfulness Black coloured plastic covering for ORVM and tail lamps sums up external additions in the concept.
Kwid's basic layout of the interior is untouched in the Outsider concept. The digital instrument cluster in the India-spec Kwid has made way for a conventional analogue speedometer and tachometer setup. Window control buttons are now located below Medianav display and door lock button is placed next to the window controls.
The orange colour of the exterior has sprayed in area such as steering wheels stitches, AC vents, instrument cluster outlining and infotainment unit's edges.
The company had showcased Kwid Racer and Climber concepts at Auto Expo 2016 in February. Kwid Racer, as the name suggests, features race car focused additions, while Kwid Climber is an off-road based version. Renault is reportedly planning to work on the production version of the both the concepts soon.