80 percent of the Renault Kiger show car will be seen on the production version.
Split tail-light setup expected to be carried forward though the faux diffuser isn't.
There's a striking family resemblance to the Kwid and the Triber.
19-inch wheels from the concept will be replaced by smaller ones in final form.
Chunky roof rails will be available with the production Kiger.
Overall silhouette to remain unchanged from concept to production.
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