Chevrolet has updated the crossover CaptivaFebruary 5, 2021
The new Chevrolet Captiva debuted in Mexico under the name Baojun 530.
The original Chevrolet Captiva has been out of production for a long time, much less sold in any of the markets around the world. However, a car badged as Baojun, which is an exact replica of the original, can still be found in South America and Asia. It is this revamped Captiva that will soon go on sale in Mexico.
Externally, the newest car differs from its predecessor with a front bumper, a new radiator grill and narrowed LED DRLs. The interior has changed more: here you can see the new center console and the center tunnel. The place of the classic horizontal screen of the multimedia system was taken by a vertically arranged display with a diagonal of 10.4 inches.
In addition, changes have occurred in technology: instead of a “robot” with two clutches, the crossover received a variator. It is reported that ferries with ready-made cars have already left China for the shores of South America. The cost of the new car has not been announced.
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