Renault, the French automaker has entered into the Indonesian market with Duster crossover. Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and CEO of Renault, and Jusak Kertowidjojo, President Director, PT Indomobil Sukses International, Tbk, signed a partnership agreement to launch Renault on the Indonesian marker. Koleaos and Megane are the two other vehicles to be launched in Indonesia. The Renault Duster will be locally assembled in Indonesia by Indomobil. The Duster will be equipped with a 1.5 dCi engine, the “global growth engine” of the Renault-Nissan Alliance, which drives one out of three Renault vehicles sold worldwide, from Twingo to Laguna. Along with Duster, Renault will commercialize the premium Koleos SUV and the status-enhancing Megane R.S. These models will help to build the Renault brand as a distinctive choice in Indonesia with an emphasis on engine performance, premium image and technology. Only 85PS version of the Duster will be launched in Indonesia this month, but the company is not offering the 110PS or even the petrol variant. The vehicle will be available in RxE and the RxL variants, and is priced at 239 million Indonesian Rupiah (around INR 13 lakh). It is also expected that the development kit for the vehicle will be imported from the company's Chennai based manufacturing plant.