Meet Dacia at the Geneva International Motor Show 2024

Dacia looks forward to seeing you at the 2024 Geneva International Motor Show on 26 February. Dacia will be exhibiting its new 2024 models for the first time, including New Spring, New Duster, New Sandero, New Sandero Stepway and Sandrider.

Dacia Sandrider is the prototype with which the brand will compete in the Dakar Rally and the World Rally-Raid Championship (W2RC) in 2025.


Heading for Dakar!

Inspired by the Manifesto concept car, Sandrider is an all-new vehicle designed specifically for rally-raids.
Through competition,

Dacia will put its approach to the essentials to the test in the toughest terrain, including its commitment to affordable decarbonisation: Sandrider will use synthetic fuel produced by Aramco.

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More Duster, still Duster

The latest version of the Dacia’s iconic SUV, Duster, will make its first official public appearance at the 2024 Geneva Motor Show.

Developed on the CMF-B platform, this third generation Duster is more robust and assertive with its design, offers a range of engines to suit everyone’s needs, including the ECO G100 LPG, HYBRID 140, and the 48V TCe 130 mild-hybrid available in 4×2 and 4×4 transmission. Starting at under €20,000, the All-new Duster remains the best-in-class family SUV in terms of its price/performance ratio.

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New Spring: more appealing than ever, still as electrifying

The New Spring features an all-new exterior and interior design.

The New Spring is Europe’s only full-electric car to weigh less than a tonne. Despite being compact, it still boasts the best loading capacity in its segment and many nifty features.
New Spring features a 45 hp engine on the Essential and Expression trims, and 65 hp on the Expression and Extreme trims.
As affordable as ever, the New Spring remains the electric car boasting Europe’s best price-performance ratio.

Read the press kit


denis le vot

Denis Le Vot

Dacia CEO and Renault Group Chief Supply Chain Officer

Denis Le Vot has been Managing Director of the Dacia brand since January 2021.
He has been a member of the Leadership Team since February 2023.
Denis Le Vot has been Chief Supply Chain Officer since May 2023.