The Renault will present the second generation of Captur in Frankfurt’s report in September 2019, with sales to start in the first quarter of 2019.
Captur will be based on the new CMF-B platform that will make it bigger in size, offering more space for passengers. The model will get a gentle hybrid version, while the TCe 0.9-liter engine will be replaced by a new 1,000-liter three-cylinder, with the 1,500-liter dCi diesel engine continuing to offer two horsepower with 85 and 115 horses. There will also be a 1,300-euro TCe.
Inside, we will come across a new information and entertainment system, and the model will be equipped with standalone technology level 2.
The Captur has become one of the most successful small crossovers in Europe. However, no amount of facelifts and special editions can stop it from aging.