Renault Captur offers the best of both form and function, bringing automotive innovation to the most number of consumers as possible. To customers, it represents the most attractive features of the MPV, SUV and hatchback. Renault Captur features ideas that are new and inexpensive.
It comes with smart solutions that are meant to make daily life easier, including a sliding rear bench seat, a multi-position boot floor and Media Nav or Renault R-Link multimedia systems.
It also comes equipped with an Easy Life drawer-type glove box (for only left hand drive models), two-tone paint and zipped removable seat covers. Renault always makes it a point for its innovations to be available to the widest audience.
For in-car connectivity, it has made Renault R-Linkmultimedia widely available throughout its lineup. It is now offered on the new Clio Hatchback, New Clio Sport Tourer, New Clio Renaultsport, ZOE, Captur and New Kangoo Express – which are incidentally all displayed at Renault’s stand at the 2013 Geneva Auto Show.
Renault’s new styling cues have become even more visible and are seem in all of the models seen in Geneva, which include the new Renault Scénic line-up as well as the Scénic XMOD, a crossover version of the benchmark MPV.
This vehicle has excellent dynamics and an adventurer appearance, making it ideal for avoiding crowds. For 115 years, Renault has been supporting motorsport. It has supplied engines to four F1 teams and has won 11 Constructors’ world titles. Renault has been able to make use of the technological expertise it has gotten on the race track to developing its Energy engines.
The range was also expanded with the entry of the new Energy TCe 130 petrol engine in the New Mégane, New Scénic and New Grand Scénic. It will go on sale this April. With the introduction of the New Clio GT-Line 120 EDC, Renault will further raise the passion that’s generated by its Renaultsport and GT lineup of versatile performance cars.