Groupe Renault is pursuing its strategy of deploying permanent connectivity in its vehicles via an easy-to-use technology. Demonstration using four examples on the All-new Renault Captur. Thanks to the Renault EASY CONNECT ecosystem, the new urban SUV makes it easy to use connected mobility in its various guises.
An important milestone has just been passed at the AVTOVAZ plant at Togliatti. The millionth vehicle has just come off the B0 Line, one of the factory’s three assembly lines. It’s an XRAY Cross compact SUV and it symbolises the LADA brand’s new ambitions.
Like the other models in the Renault range, the All-new Captur sports the famous C-Shaped signature headlight arrangement. On this model, you don’t just get this in the finest LED workmanship. You also get the same thing on the rear lights. It’s a real first!
In 2020, the All-new Captur E-TECH Plug-in will not be just the first plug-in hybrid model to be marketed by Groupe Renault. Versatile and easy to use, it will also be the only plug-in hybrid model for all in the whole of B-segment, which includes both small saloons and SUVs. That’s a double responsibility which means following a particular set of specifications. Here’s the run-down, with the hard facts.
The Captur owes its success to its customisation possibilities, as witness the 80% of sales of two-tone finishes. Groupe Renault is rebooting the model, with an offer packed with multiple combinations and new colours for the exterior as well as the interior. Find out how the All-new Captur can be transformed into an SUV that’s right up your street.