2020 Renault Captur Specs, Hybrid, Release Date
The following is the latest data from the 2020 Renault Captur, the next generation of successful SUVs from renault. The Renault Captur, one of the best selling SUVs on the market, premieres new generation in just over a year. Opens platform, will be wider and have hybrid versions.
2020 Renault Captur Redesign & Update
After a great commercial success since its launch in 2013, and after updating last year 2017 (the model you can see in the photos), the Renault Captur seems to have already completed the development of its completely new second generation. Today turned into one of the most sold SUV in the market, and in constant struggle with the Peugeot 2008 for leading the segment of small utilities, the French SUV will present notable improvements in all sections to stay on top in terms of enrollment.
Presumably presented in the future Frankfurt Hall of 2019, and with probable launch date by the end of that year or even early 2020, the 2020 Renault Captur has already been seen filming camouflaged in the last stage of development. And the French portal L’Argus today also anticipates many of the details that we can see already in that second generation.
To begin with, the new Renault Captur is developed on new platform. Taking thus the new architecture CMF-B which premiered before the new Renault Clio, the small SUV promises an increase of space. Probably already in the surroundings of the 4.20 meters of length, it will grow its battle and its habitability to offer something more of distance for legs and a bigger trunk that, in its minimum position could surpass already 400 liters of capacity. As up to now, the second row will be sliding for better space.
Together with this greater functionality, the Renault Captur 2020 will also release more technology, including a new, more advanced and touch-screen info-entertainment system. The quality of finishes and materials also promises to advance new steps.
2020 Captur Engine Specs; get Hybrid Option
But, without a doubt, one of the great novelties of the new Renault Captur will arrive in the mechanical chapter. According to L’Argus, the current fuel block 0.9 Tce will be replaced by a new engine of 1, 0 litre of cubic capacity, 3 cylinders and 100 Hp, which would derive from the new 1.3 Tce that the brand has already announced in collaboration with Daimler.
Together with this engine, Renault would not crumple up against the commercials banning Diesel in many cities, and would present its Captur in version 1.5 DCi, both in variants of 85 and 115 horsepower.
Of course the great news will come in alternative energies, because according to these same information the new Renault Captur premiere hybrid versions, both conventional and PHEV plug-in.
In addition to this news to be confirmed, it is also speculated that the 2020 Renault Captur will premiere many functions of autonomous driving, reaching in this sense a level 2. There will still have to wait more than a year to know it in detail, but there is no doubt that the new Renault Captur will be a most interesting and competitive SUV.