Johannesburg - Renault wants to paint the town (and bush) red with a new Duster edition called the TechRoad.
Replacing the Dynamique 4x2 model, the TechRoad is set apart by new (mainly red) styling details outside and in, while it also introduces a new Fusion Red colour option, which Renault expects will be particularly popular with buyers.
But regardless of what exterior hue you choose, the TechRoad comes with new diamond-cut 17-inch alloy wheels with red centre caps as well as red strips on the black mirrors and TechRoad badging.
Inside the model gets new seat upholstery with - you guessed it - red highlights and red detailing on the dashboard, console and inner door panels.
The TechRoad starts at R293 900, which is a R5000 premium over the previous Dynamique model.