Renault presented the Captur facelift, which will debut next week at Geneva. The car has new front and rear bumpers, with plastic protectors, which bring it closer in appearance to the Kadjar. The company also offers as optional, LED lights, while the LED daytime running lights are offered in the standard equipment.
The car has new designs for the wheels and it is available in two new colors (Orange and Blue Ocean Atacama), while its interior has a glass sunroof. Renault did not mention anything about the car’s engines, but no changes are expected, which means that it will be available with two gasoline engines, a 0.6-liter and a 1.2-liter producing 90 and 120 hp, respectively, as well as a 1.5-liter diesel engine, producing 110 hp.