Upcoming Renault Triber Touchscreen Infotainment Unit & Digital Instrument Cluster Images Out

Renault Triber will compete with the likes of Hyundai Grand i10 Nios, Maruti Suzuki Swift and Ford Figo and Datsun GO+.

In today’s world, a touchscreen in a car is a must. Not only it gives a premium feel to the buyer but features like Android Auto and Apple CarPlay makes our task easier. Similar is the case with the upcoming Renault Triber – the much-anticipted 7-seater and gets a large 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment unit.

The car is scheduled to launch on 28 August and the bookings for the same will commence from August 17, 2019. Now, new images shared by Carwale shows the sleek operation of the Renault Triber new touchscreen.

Renault Triber Touchscreen image
Renault Triber gets the same icons but with better resolution

Starting off, it gets Renault’s Media Nav Evolution Interface and the icons offer a better resolution. To make the unit appealing, volume buttons have been replaced with a dial and a voice command button has been fitted on the right side. For those asking about the USB ports, it has been moved to the centre console.

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The touchscreen gets equipped with connectivity features like Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and Bluetooth features which come as standard.

Moving onto the attention-grabbing detail is the availability of the Eco mode which judges the driving of the person behind the wheel. This mode also provides you with the average consumption and distance without consumption.

Renault Triber Eco Mode information display

Lastly, the 7-seater gets a fully digital instrument cluster and also displays the information on the screen. The digital speedometer tells the average speed, average consumption, temperature of the car and more.

Renault Triber gets projector headlamps and LED DRLs on the bumper. To give the car a certain character, body cladding and silver skids plate do the justice. The Triber is a fusion of Lodgy and Kwid which gives it an upright look.

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The Triber gets equipped with features like Push-button start, Smart Access card for keyless entry, Cooled glove box, Digital instrument cluster and among others. Safety features onboard include ABS with EBD, Four Airbags – driver, passenger and front sides: a segment-first for the top trim, high-speed alert system, front seat belt reminder, rear parking sensors, three-point seat belts for all the three rows and will come with a reverse camera on offer.

The Renault Triber houses a 1.0L, three-cylinder petrol engine which churns out 72PS of power at 6,250 rpm and 96Nm of torque at 3,500 rpm. The power and torque figures are fine for a 1.0L, three-cylinder engine but seem a little low for the car it has been put on. Transmission option includes a 5-speed manual gearbox and an EASY-R AMT.