Renault Captur Revealed Ahead of Geneva Debut

Renault has revealed the production version of the Captur Crossover, which was previewed as a concept in 2011 at the Geneva Motor Show. The production version will now debut two years later at the same show in March.

The Captur is based on the new fourth generation Clio and is 4120mm long, making it just a little shorter than the 4,135mm Nisan Juke.

Renault sais the Captur has a driving position of an SUV, while the cabin space and modular interior will remind of an MPV. Featuring a steeply-raked windscreen and a two-tone exterior it will be offered with the already familiar petrol and diesel engines found in the new Clio.

The Renault Captur will be built at the firm’s Valladolid factory in Spain, with sales starting in June from around £13,000.


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