The company also plans to display Eolab, its plug-in hybrid, besides a special edition of its multi-purpose vehicle Lodgy at the bi-ennial event, which is scheduled to be held on February 5-9 at Greater Noida.
     
Renault will display AMT and sports variants of the updated Duster, two new concepts of Kwid - Climber and Racer - and the limited edition Lodgy, the company said in a statement.
     
Other major attractions expected from the company's stable include Renault's F1 Racing RS01 car, it added.
     
Renault India sold 53,287 units in 2015, posting a growth of 20 per cent compared with the previous year, riding on the success of its recently-launched compact hatchback Kwid.
     
The company sells seven models in the country, from the entry-level hatchback Kwid to premium sports utility vehicle Koleos.