As we know, the German company has Prior Design Lots of experience in the design and development of aerodynamic kits, light alloy wheels and sports exhaust systems. And in the last few weeks we have seen an increasing number of extremely interesting renderings, i.e. virtually modified vehicles, from Prior Design. And today it goes directly with another car and with JP from JP Performance continue. The basis this time is - surprisingly - a Dacia Duster. Certainly not the ultimate tuning darling of the scene, with the changes from Prior Design (especially by Andreas Belzek) but in any case an absolute eye-catcher. They tailor the Duster, namely an ultimate widened body kit on the body. The kit leaves the factory aprons on the vehicle, but equips them with an aggressive front spoiler and a sporty rear diffuser.
huge fender attachments all around
On the right and left, particularly fat widenings were built virtually, which merge into the huge fender attachments all around. In the video, however, the company points out that the widening is probably a lot more violent than it would be in reality. But we think the basic idea is successful. In addition, a 22 inch wheel set from Rotiform is installed and of course a powerful lowering. The drop also seems a number too extreme, but the combination is just right for the ultimate “wow effect”. Many small details such as the completely removed chrome in the radiator grille or on the window frame, the carbon handle strip at the rear, the right / left sports exhaust system to the colored Dacia emblems, impressively round off the virtual tuning of the concept / study.
Of course, fun isn't cheap
Although the Dacia Duster SUV's good off-road suitability would disappear completely with such a conversion, the significantly improved optics and the WOW factor easily make up for it. Now one can only hope that there will be enough response to the idea from the Dacia community so that we can experience this vehicle in reality. Whether the Dacia community is willing to pay around € 20.000 (approx. € 11.500 for a new car) with tuning for a modified Duster is likely to be questionable. The mighty alloy wheels, the lowering and a set of track plates are already included. The pure body kit should therefore cost around € 3.000 to € 3.500. The cool cage costs extra, however. If we should see more information about the planned changes or maybe even a complete renovation, there is of course an update for this report. You will be informed of this if you simply use ours Feed subscribe to. Have fun watching the pictures and stay true to us!
Photos: Prior Design
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Prior Design widebody kit on the 2020 Dacia Duster SUV!
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