The lockdown has surely slowed down the automobile market and sales. In any case, many assembling units have started back on. Companies are also arranging new products for the Indian market. Sales are required to go up soon after the lockdown. The sub-10 lakh segment will get more well-known because of cutbacks taken by individuals. Renault is intending to get a sub-4-meter reduced sedan to find a way into this segment. It is nicknamed as the Renault LBA for the time being.

Thusly, this year, Renault’s biggest launch will be a sub-4-meter SUV codenamed HBC. One year from now, the organization’s most significant release in India will apparently be a sub-4-meter sedan codenamed LBA.

The Renault LBA sedan will finish the sub-4-meter Renault portfolio in India.

The delivering showcases the impending sedan with a surprising design and a body that looks reduced. The front end comprises a wide V-shaped radiator grille housing the Diamond logo in the center, flattish rectangular headlamps, L-shaped LED DRLs, conspicuous lower air admission and a guard not excessively muscular but rather aggressive just enough, with air curtains on the flanks.

The sides of the Renault LBA are a lot of simple. The greenhouse, belt line and mirrors have an ordinary design. The doors and quarter panels, however, do display some style. The 15-inch 5-twin-spoke silver amalgam wheels further upgrade the attractiveness of the vehicle.

The Renault LBA would be based on the same platform that as the Renault Triber and Renault HBC – CMF-A+. It very well may be offered with two engines, 72 PS BR10 1.0-liter normally aspirated three-chamber petrol unit and a 95 PS HR10 1.0-liter turbocharged three-chamber petrol unit. 5-speed manual and 5-speed computerized manual could be the transmission choices, with the last accessible just with the BR10 engine. It wouldn’t surprise us if Renault offered a CVT choice with the HR10 engine instead of an AMT with the BR10 engine, however.

The Renault LBA sedan could go on sale in the second from last quarter of 2021 (July-September 2021). Its prices could start from under INR 5.50 lakh (ex-showroom).

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