In the photo, it looks like a Capture, but it is a captur. Renault does not give more details for now and just provides us with an appointment in late March more information about this ” new crossover 4 × 4 which will be manufactured at the Renault plant in Moscow. ”
Kaptur It might be just our Capture restyled. Just three years after its marketing, Renault has chosen to overlook the Geneva Motor Show to unveil the traditional mid-career facelift; perhaps was it to book the scoop to the Russian market with the launch of its crossover in this new market. The teaser simultaneously published by Renault reveals a slightly enlarged grille and especially daytime running lights C-shaped on the shield instead of horizontal bars.
But behind that pace at first identical view, the Kaptur may well prove a much more particular vehicle, based for example on a longer wheelbase compared to our Capture, or a more economical base from that of Duster and more responsive to markets emerging. Which would allow it to resume full transmission also announced by the press, unlike the current Capture part of many urban crossovers available only in tension?
In any case, it will join Kaptur spring Renault range comprising rebadged Dacia (Logan I and II, Sandero, Duster), the Fluence and Koleos (original Samsung), as well as Mégane III, Kangoo, and picture the Clio and Megane RS