On March 2, French auto giant Renault released information about the new and improved Captur. It plans to present the improved model for the first time at the 2017 Geneva International Motor Show in Switzerland in March.
The Captur was first unveiled at the Geneva International Auto Show in March, 2013, as Renault’s new compact crossover. Now, after four years, it has received its first major changes.
For the exterior, it has full LED headlights along with C-shaped LED daytime running lights at the lower part of the front bumper. The grille’s design has been given a complete makeover. It has new rear tail lamps and there’s a newly designed skid plate for both front and back bumper.
The interior has all new materials for a quality upgrade. With many combinations of interior and exterior features for buyers to choose from, it offers a great deal of customization.
Written by Minoru Moriwaki
(Translated by Greg Scott)