AutosRenault Revamps Captur with Bold Design and Eco-Friendly Twist

Renault Revamps Captur with Bold Design and Eco‑Friendly Twist

Renault Captur after facelift
Renault Captur after facelift
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9:01 PM EDT, April 4, 2024

Nearly four years after the debut of the second-generation Captur, Renault has decided to refresh the model. The updates, drawing parallels to the compact Clio, are undeniably noticeable.

Recently, Renault’s approach to facelifts has been more than mere cosmetic tweaks—the modifications to each model are significant and generally well-received. The Captur’s latest iteration is a testament to this trend. At the same time, its predecessor was by no means lacking in looks; the newest version sports a more contemporary design that clearly distinguishes itself from its forebear.

The French automaker has completely overhauled the vehicle's front end, installing a sleek radiator grille, streamlined headlights, and distinctive vertical daytime running lights integrated into the bumper. The rear sees subtler changes, yet an observant eye will spot a new light signature and bumper design.
Renault Captur after facelift
Renault Captur after facelift© Press materials

A new body color and wheel designs complement these stylistic changes. Notably, the lineup introduces the sporty Esprit Alpine variant, which features an aerodynamic package and 19-inch wheels.

On the inside, changes are more restrained, with the layout remaining largely the same, except for an upgrade in the multimedia system, which now boasts a 10.4-inch screen and digital displays measuring 10.25 inches. However, Renault has made an environmentally conscious decision to eschew real leather and chrome, opting instead for recycled materials.

The engine lineup stays consistent with the previous model. The foundational option is a 90-horsepower 1.0 TCe engine paired with a 6-speed manual gearbox, also available to run on LPG in specific markets.

Renault Captur after the facelift
Renault Captur after the facelift© Press materials
Stepping up, there is a 1.3-liter engine available in both 140 and 160-horsepower configurations. The more robust variant offers the option of an automatic transmission. Completing the range is a 145-horsepower hybrid that combines a 1.6-liter petrol engine with a 1.2 kWh battery.
Details on pricing and full specifications of the revamped Captur are expected in the upcoming months.
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