The facelifted version of the Renault Captur is all geared up to be revealed at the upcoming Geneva auto expo.
The compact crossover has got the attention of many and will be revealed in all its glory at the event scheduled to take place next week.
The overall bodywork of the Captur resembles the existing models and not everyone can find the differences unless they focus strongly on the aesthetics. While the body panels is pretty much the same, the customization is done in the interior and the performance that has been tweaked to be much higher than other outgoing models. The upgrades are coming to the Nissan Juke, Citroen C4 Cactus as well.
Some of the prominent upgrades coming to the Renault Captur next edition are the headlight signature which is now equipped with Pure Vision LED headlights. The specific feature is found only in select top of the line models. The overall shape of the LED daytime running lights on the front bumper has been made to look more aggressive and now forms a distinctive C-shape finish. The car also sports a redesigned front skid plate.
Many of the changes are minor with redesigned chrome strip, updated grille and they are all done to make the new Captur resemble the Clio. The crossover takes its inspiration from Renault Clio and the designers have done their best to ensure that it sticks true to the crossover culture they have developed over the years. The upcoming model tends to stand different yet deliver the same design values that buyers have come to love in the cars.
There are different alloy wheel options to choose from including a 16-inch rim mounted on 17-inch wheels. The high end models can be upgraded with a fixed glass roof. The Renault Capture scheduled to be launched at the 2017 Geneva auto show will be available in two different color variants including Ocean Blue and Desert Orange. The corner of the corner has a new silver lining that adds to its premium finish.
The interior of the Captur can be customized with seven new personalization packs. They are available in a wide range of colors offering buyers the choice they like and create the perfect crossover that’s stylish yet is packed to the brim with substance. At the moment, there is no word on the pricing or the actual specifications of the car. But, with just a week to go before the event, it won’t be a surprise if Renault choose to reveal them days ahead of the official launch.