Renault and Dacia will be headed to the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show in a big way, with a new concept car from the French company and an all-new Duster from its Romanian budget brand. The new concept is particularly exciting, as Renault's press release mentions a "new brand identity." We can also count on this car being a bit higher on the luxury scale than Renault's traditional offerings.

Dacia's new Duster will have big shoes to fill when it hits the spotlights of Frankfurt. The current Duster (pictured), a small, handsomely rugged CUV, was introduced in 2010, and has been a critical hit in Great Britain, Russia, and India (where it's called the Renault Duster). It's also been a smash with customers, becoming Renault's best-selling global model.

Both the new Duster and Renault's latest concept will hit the stage in Frankfurt on September 10.
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Renault and Dacia welcome you to the press days at the 65th Frankfurt Motor Show on 10th and 11th September. Highlights will include new products, a press conference and interviews with company executives.

World reveal of a Renault concept car
Presentation of New Dacia Duster
Renault press conference on Tuesday 10th September at 1.30 pm
New location in Hall 8 for the Renault and Dacia stands

This year's Frankfurt show will be an ideal opportunity to find out more about new developments:

Renault will be unveiling several key models featuring the new brand identity. The wraps will come off the latest concept car embodying Renault's vision of the premium automobile. The show will also be an opportunity for visitors to see the six concept cars in the lifecycle design strategy together for the very first time.

The electric vehicle range will be on display, including ZOE, launched recently in Germany.
Innovation and motor sport will be in the limelight. The new Energy range engine will be presented alongside the recently unveiled Energy F1 2014 engine.

New Duster will be the star on the Dacia stand.

The members of the Renault Group Executive Committee will be present for the two press days:

Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Renault group
Carlos Tavares, Chief Operating Officer
Jérôme Stoll, EVP, Sales & Marketing and Light Commercial Vehicles
Philippe Klein, EVP, Corporate Planning, Product Planning & Programs
Jean-Michel Billig, EVP, Engineering and Quality
Thierry Bolloré, EVP, Manufacturing and Supply Chain
Stefan Mueller, EVP, Chairman of Europe Region
Several highlights are planned, including:

Tuesday 10th September, 1.30 pm to 2.00 pm: Renault press conference with Carlos Tavares, Chief Operating Officer, and Laurens Van Den Acker, Senior Vice President, Corporate Design
The press conference will be broadcast live on the website and the media site.

Experts on all the products and topics presented will also be on hand to answer questions on the latest Renault and Dacia news.

New locations in Hall 8

Renault: Hall 8 – Stand D10
Dacia: Hall 8 – Stand D24
See you in Frankfurt on 10th September.

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