The new 2022 Renault Captur debuts with slightly larger dimensions and a design inspired by the latest Clio super-mini, following a few spy photo sessions. The crossover has 85 percent new parts compared to its predecessor and is lighter, more aerodynamically-optimized, quitter, and more efficient, based on a new generation of the automaker’s CMF-B platform. The new Captur is 4.33 inches (11 cm) longer than the outgoing model, which results in 0.78 inches (2 cm) longer wheelbase, than depending on the trim level, it will ride on up to 18-inch wheels and will feature full-LED lights both at the back and the front. A total of 11 exterior colors, 4 contrasting roof colors, and 3 customization packages will be available, resulting in 90 possible color schemes, is unique in this segment, Renault says.
Crossover retains its C-shaped LED DLRs at the front which nicely correspond with the sculptured bumper than the taillights feature a similar shape and give the Captur a distinctive look together with the chrome stripes on the rear side panels, as well. Renault will offer roof bars or a semi-glazed opening sunroof, optionally.
2022 Renault Captur interior
The interior of the 2022 Renault Captur won’t be much of a surprise, if you’ve already seen the new Clio. The dashboard is dominated by a large vertical screen and just below it, there’s a bunch of buttons controlling different functions, also. The area where the gear lever is positioned is elevated for improved ergonomy and to free up some storage space,so, one major difference between the two is the so called flying console. To opt for a wireless inductive charging system for that space, customers will be able.
For which the automaker says is a class-leading number, the new Captur’s boot will swallow up to 18.92 cubic feet (536 liters). Additionally, 0.95 cu-ft (27 liters) of storage space can be found in different interior niches, as well. It’s fully integrated into the right-hand side, without reducing the volume, the optional Bose audio system brings an extra sub-woofer to the luggage compartment.
2022 Renault Captur engine
The 2022 Captur will be available with 1.0- and 1.3-liter gasoline engines with power ranging from 100 to 155 horsepower (74 to 115 kilowatts), in terms of power trains. Diesel fans will be offered a 1.5-liter dCi unit in 95-hp (71-kW) and 115-hp (85-kW) flavors. Five- and six-speed manual gearboxes will be available, as well as a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic, depending on the engine choice.
From 2022, the new Captur will also get a plug-in hybrid engine with up to 28 miles (45 kilometers) of purely electric range in mixed use, more importantly. Should become the segment’s first such offering when it debuts early next year, the so-called E-Tech mill features over 150 new patents from the French manufacturer.