Renault Captur 2020 will be a hybrid versionSeptember 11, 2019
The new e-Up is not that different, but the updates are more than enough to attract attention.
After which the version of Captur has been completely updated. The public premiere of the second generation of the car took place at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2019. The new Captur model has gained a modern design. Based on the fifth-generation Clio CMF-B platform, which supports electric powertrain. Starting next year, the Captur will be available with a plug-in hybrid drivetrain.
“From 2020 onwards, New Captur will be the first in its category to be available in the plug-in hybrid version,” – said Thierry Bollor, CEO.
Electric Captur PHEV will use a 1.6-liter gasoline engine and two electric motors, as well as be equipped with a 9.8 kWh battery, which will provide 45 km of electric traction at speeds up to 135 km / h. Other powertrains include the TCe 100, TCe 130 and TCe 155 gasoline engines, as well as the Blue dCi 95 and Blue dCi 115 diesel engines.
Regardless of the version, you will have to be content with only front-wheel drive, since four-wheel drive is not even provided. The company will announce a detailed specification of the level of equipment and prices closer to sales. Renault Captur 2020 will go to dealerships this fall.
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