Renault is previewing the international version of the Duster Oroch through this Alaskan concept.


The Duster Orock double cab pickup truck is for now only a Latin America affair, but the model's availability will be expanded worldwide in 2016 when the international version will be launched. This preview concept is described as a "work hard, play hard" all-road vehicle designed for business and leisure use, as well as for everyday motoring.


As expected, it looks slightly more exciting than a production car and has received the typical oversized alloy wheels which in this case measure 21 inches. It also hosts full LED technology for the headlights and taillights while power comes from a four-cylinder, longitudinally-mounted twin-turbodiesel sourced from the Master range.


Interestingly, it has been equipped with a camera mounted within the door mirror housings for the purpose of recording the scenery while in the back there's a load bed big enough to host mountain bikes, camping gear, surfboards and other similar items. Its satin-effect brushed paint has been combined with polished metal accents as well as blue and yellow detailing for the mirrors, front tow hook, brake calipers and wheel rim centers.

Renault says the production car will be "similar in spirit" with the Alaskan concept and will have the same size. In addition, the model won't be limited to a double cab configuration as the utilitarian vehicle is going to be offered in several body styles once it will go on sale in the first half of next year and it will provide a maximum payload of 1,000 kg.

Gallery: Renault Alaskan concept unveiled, production version due Q1 2016

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