Dacia has unveiled the Duster Air and Sandero Black Touch, ahead of their debut at the Paris Motor Show.

Dacia has unveiled the Duster Air and Sandero Black Touch, ahead of their debut at the Paris Motor Show.

First up, the Duster Air takes "inspiration from the world of aviation" and features altimeter graphics on the exterior. The special edition also has front/rear skid plates, Imperial Yellow mirrors, tinted rear windows and 16-inch alloy wheels with a dark metal finish.

The unique styling continues in the cabin as there's special upholstery with embroidered motifs and contrast stitching. The special edition also has black trim and altimeter graphics.

Two different engines will be available including a TCe 125 and a dCi 110. The petrol model is available exclusively with front-wheel drive, while the diesel variant can be equipped with an optional all-wheel drive system.

The Sandero Black Touch, on the other hand, is based on the Sandero Lauréate and features body color bumpers, pearlescent black accents and unique 15-inch alloy wheels.

Interior changes are limited but include pearlescent black trim and additional standard equipment such as cruise control and a MEDIA NAV infotainment system.

Three different engines will be available including the 1.2 16V 75, TCe 90 and dCi 90.

Both special editions will go up for order on October 2nd and French pricing starts at €10,450 for the Sandero Black Touch and €16,200 for the Duster Air.

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