Because the Renault Captur was released back in 2013, the compact-SUV class has blown up. According to Renault, the variety of rivals it deals with has increased from one to more than 20, so the French company has redeveloped its Nissan Juke competitor for this all-new second generation.
Beginning next year, the crossover will be offered with a plug-in hybrid powertrain.
2020 Renault Captur Design
Following a couple of spy image sessions (and not even a single teaser image), the new Renault Captur debuts with somewhat bigger dimensions and a style motivated by the most current Clio supermini. Based upon a new generation of the car manufacturer’s CMF-B platform, the crossover has 85 percent new parts compared to its predecessor and is lighter, more aerodynamically-optimized, quitter, and more productive.
The new Captur is 4.33 inches (11 cm) longer than the outbound model, which leads to 0.78 inches (2 cm) longer wheelbase. Depending upon the trim level, it will ride on approximately 18-inch wheels and will feature full-LED lights both at the front and the back. At launch, an overall of 11 exterior colors, four contrasting roofing colors, and three modification plans will be readily available, leading to 90 possible color pattern– something Renault states is distinct in this section.
The crossover maintains its C-shaped LED DLRs at the front which well refer the sculptured bumper. The taillights feature a comparable shape and offer the Captur a distinct appearance together with the chrome stripes on the rear side panels. Optionally, Renault will provide roofing bars or a semi-glazed opening sunroof.
2020 Renault Captur Interior
If you’ve currently seen the new Clio, the interior of the Captur will not be much of a surprise. The control panel is controlled by a big vertical screen and listed below it. There’s a lot of buttons managing various functions. One significant distinction in between the 2 is the so-called “flying console”– the location where the equipment lever is placed rises for enhanced ergonomy and to maximize some storage area. Consumers will have the ability to choose a cordless inductive charging system for that area.
The new Captur’s boot will engulf to 18.92 cubic feet (536 liters), for which the car manufacturer states is a class-leading number. Furthermore, 0.95 cu-ft (27 liters) of storage area can be discovered in various interior specific niches. The optional Bose audio system brings an additional subwoofer to the baggage compartment however it’s completely incorporated into the right-hand side, without lowering the volume.
2020 Renault Captur Powertrains
In regards to powertrains, the 2020 Captur will be offered with 1.0- and 1.3-liter gas engines with power varying from 100 to 155 horsepower (74 to 115 kilowatts). Diesel fans will be provided a 1.5-liter dCi system in 95-hp (71-kW) and 115-hp (85-kW) tastes. Depending upon the engine option, 5- and six-speed handbook transmissions will be offered, in addition to a seven-speed dual-clutch automated.
More significantly, from 2020, the new Captur will likewise get a plug-in hybrid powertrain with approximately 28 miles (45 kilometers) of only electrical range in combined usage. The so-called E-Tech mill features over 150 new patents from the French maker and must end up being the section’s very first such offering when it debuts early next year.
UK Specs and Price
UK specifications and rates will be revealed before sales start in early 2020, with the range anticipated to begin at around ₤ 15,000.