Being Dacia's best-seller in 2023, as per Electrive, with around 235,000 sales, the Sandero was the second best-seller in Europe over the same time-frame, but it doesn't have an electrified powertrain. However, Dacia brand CEO Denis Le Vot said that the next generation of the Sandero, due for 2027-2028, will come in an electric trim, as well.

"The next-generation Sandero will have internal combustion engine, but it will also have an electric version", he said. He also added that "the next-generation Sandero will be a huge car".

Recently, Dacia revealed the second generation of the Spring EV, sporting the same specifications, but with an updated design. Le Vot also talked about the price of the new Spring, which will be around 20,000 euros in Europe, while other markets might get it for cheaper.

Dacia's CEO also mentioned the new Duster will come with a 140 E-Tech hybrid powertrain, which will start at "just under 20,000 euros", although it's not clear yet whether that's the price for the electrified model.

The Romanian carmaker is also on a schedule to launch the Bigster in 2025, a compact SUV based on the CMF-B platform, which is said to be more of a cruiser than the Duster.

In order to diversify the production lines, Dacia will manufacture the Sandero and Jogger in Morocco, while the Duster and the Bigster will be made in Pitești.