The Duster limousine was built by students from the University of the Romanian city of Pinesti. The crossover was lengthened to 5.84 m, and its interior was turned into a mobile office.
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The original project was realized by students of the University of Mechanics and Technology of Pinesti, located near the Dacia plant. The Duster limousine was shown during the open day at the university.
The old Dacia Duster of the first generation was taken as the basis. The crossover was cut in half and a 1.52-meter section with windows was inserted between the doors. As a result, the length of the car grew from 4.32 to 5.84 m. Body sills, rear-view mirrors and roof rails were covered with chrome.
Duster's interior was radically changed and turned into a mobile office. Behind there are two additional wide armchairs, and the sofa is divided by a table. The front passenger seat was removed and equipped with additional luggage space. Leather and wood were used in the decoration.
Two large monitors, a video conferencing camera and a Wi-Fi point appeared inside. There are now sockets for connecting laptops. In addition, Dacia Duster received additional interior lighting and three sunroofs at once.