Matte dark foil covering the body, large black wheels or several striking stylish accessories. How do you like this special edition of Dacie Duster?
The limited version bears the nickname Carpoint Black and is interesting about it, ie in addition to the very form of how it was born. The specialty was invented by a German car dealer from the Romanian brand Carpoint. So it’s only available to him.
From the point of view of the stock car offer, Carpoint seems to offer a modified version exclusively for the Duster in the TCe 150 EDC version, ie with a turbocharged 1.3-liter four-cylinder petrol engine with an output of 110 kW (150 hp), an automatic transmission and front-wheel drive.
Modifications include a black matte foil covering the body, an exhaust system with two black tailpipes, black 19-inch alloy wheels, new step sills (stainless steel) and a protective frame at the front. A number of other standard elements have also been “changed” completely to black, such as both bumpers, roof rails, carmaker’s logos, radiator grille, Duster inscription on the stern or fender trims.
Equipment includes leather seats, rear parking sensors, heated front seats, navigation system, on-board computer, rear camera, automatic air conditioning, power windows front and rear, cruise control, keyless central locking, spare wheel or tinted glass.
At dinner? German seller Duster Carpoint Black offers for 31,990 euros, which is about 821 thousand crowns. For comparison, the Duster TCe 150 EDC in the top version of Extreme costs CZK 542,900.