For the first Dacia Logan generation, Romania contributed only for around 10-20% of the development, and around 40% for Dacia Sandero. For the future generation of the Dacia Logan things will be different, as around 75% of the car will be developed in Romania.
According to Philippe Prevel, director of Renault Technology Romania (RTR), the minimum is around 50%, but he hopes that they will design 75% of the new version of the Dacia Logan.
He also mentioned that in the next days, Renault will approve the next version of the Dacia Logan, choosing one of the two versions at their disposal. The next Dacia Logan will be launched in 2010 the soonest and 2012 the latest.
He added that the future version will keep the characteristics that made the current Dacia Logan such a popular model: robustness, low price and space.
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