Renault finally declassified the new Renault Captur 2020

Renault finally declassified the new Renault Captur 2020

July 3, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

Starting next year, the model will be available, including with a hybrid installation. The public debut will take place in September 2019 at the Frankfurt Motor Show, and now there has been an online presentation.

Without a single teaser, the French concern Renault decided to present a new version of the Captur crossover, relating to the 2020 model year. The model moved to the modern CMF-B platform, so far used only on the new Clio, and received design in a modern corporate style. According to the manufacturer: “The crossover has 85% of new parts compared to its predecessor. It’s lighter, more aerodynamically optimized, quieter, and more efficient. ” What reports portal GLAS.

The new Captur is longer by 110 mm, the wheelbase has increased by 20 mm. This added 17 mm rear space and 81 liters of luggage compartment. Depending on the configuration, the crossover can get 18-inch alloy wheels, as well as LED optics in front and behind. At the time of the start of sales will be offered 11 body colors with 4 options of contrasting color of the roof and 3 possible trim packages. In total, this creates 90 body painting options.

The model also kept the C-shaped running lights, perfectly combined with the new bumper. The rear lights have a similar style, and give the Captur a special look, along with chrome stripes on the rear side panels. As an option, an additional trunk or hatch can be installed on the roof.

The interior design almost repeats the interior of the new Renault Clio. On the front panel there is a large display of the infotainment system, under which there are physical buttons of different systems.

As the power unit will be offered a choice of 1.0 and 1.3-liter turbo engines that can develop from 100 to 155 horsepower. A diesel version with a 1.5-liter engine for 95 and 115 horses will also be available. Together with them will offer a five-and six-step “mechanics” or a robot. Later, a hybrid version will appear.