Renault has introduced the production version of the Arkana, a coupe-styled compact SUV for Russia and other markets. The Arkana will be built in Renault's factory outside of Moscow and will go on sale in Russia this summer.
Renault says the 4500 mm (177 inch) long Arkana has true off-road capabilities, with ground clearance of more than 200 mm (7.9 inches) and approach and departure angles of 18 degrees and 25 degrees, respectively.
The SUV will be available in all-wheel-drive versions, and have 17-inch wheels. Power for the Russian market comes from a 150-hp gasoline engine developed in collaboration with Daimler.
Inside, an eight-inch infotainment touch screen supports Android Auto, Apple Car Play and Yandex Auto, a new collaboration announced by Renault this week.