French carmaker Renault plans to build some 170,000 Dacia automobiles at his new plant of Tanger, Morocco, the head of the group’s Entry programme for low-cost vehicles, Arnaud Deboeuf announced Friday, quoted by Mediafax. “We hope to reach maximum capacity next year,” Deboeuf said in a meeting with the press. Renault sells its low-cost vehicles branded as ‘Dacia’ in Europe and Mediterranean countries, and as ‘Renault’ in the rest of the world. Dacia cars are currently manufactured at the Dacia plant of Pitesti, Romania, as well as in other production facilities, like those in Russia and Brazil. The Tanger plant will build a compact model named Lodgy, which will be sold in France starting this spring, a utility vehicle, and a third model.