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Along with the Kadjar, which slots into the Renault range between the Captur and Koleos, the company is reportedly making good progress on the dual-cab Alaskan and compact Oroch utes, both of which have been on the wish list for a while now.
The new Arkana, or some variation of that car, is also on the table – at least, it will be if it’s developed for right-hand drive markets, which isn’t currently the case. Instead, it’s built in Moscow for the Russian market, and the Russian market alone.
“Our ambition for Renault Australia is to become a strong player in the SUV segment. We’ve already seen success in the popular SUV space with our top-selling Koleos and Captur and our intention is that in the future we will have an SUV that perfectly matches the various lifestyles of all Australians,” Moore said.
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