With even greater style and sophistication, plus a raft of technological innovations All-New Captur was officially unveiled at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show and builds on the considerable success of the original, which is the best-selling B-SUV in Europe.
Completely refreshed inside and out, All-New Captur is the second Renault model (the first was All-New Clio) to be built on the advanced CMF-B platform. More spacious and refined than ever and with cutting edge driver assistance and infotainment systems, All-New Captur continues to set the standard in the small SUV class. The inclusion of a plug-in hybrid model in 2020 only serves to reinforce All-New Captur’s enviable position.
In line with Renault’s familiar EasyLife trim line-up, All-New Captur is available in three recognisable and clearly defined guises: Play, Iconic and S Edition. All versions are extremely well-equipped and come laden with premium features, giving All-New Captur a truly upmarket look and feel. Yet with prices starting at £17,595 it remains as affordable as ever.
More athletic and dynamic than ever, and with an even stronger SUV identity, All-New Captur is an unmistakable presence on the road. The totally redesigned exterior is more modern, distinctive and expressive, yet it also remains true to Renault’s core design values.
Longer than before by 110mm and with a higher waistline, All-New Captur has a true SUV stance, which is enhanced by the tough-looking front and rear protection skid plates, the chunky protective mouldings that run the entire length of the lower body and the prominent wheel arch extensions.
Factor in the distinctively contoured wings, scalloped sides and the two-tone ‘floating roof’ treatment and All-New Captur’s sleek profile makes it instantly recognisable.
All-New Captur’s premium appearance is further enhanced by the careful use of chrome trim for the window surrounds, the bodyside mouldings and the inserts set into the front wings. This upmarket material is also used to embellish the boldly designed tailgate.
Standard across the range are 100 per cent LED headlamps, which are surrounded by Renaut’s trademark C-Shape daylight running light signature on the S Edition trim. These powerful units are seamlessly integrated into the design, with elements of the chrome grille running into the lamps.
Adding further visual appeal are the addition of new exterior colours, including Alabaster White, Highland Grey and Celadon Blue. Offering remarkable depth and sheen, they emphasise All-New Captur’s athletic, dynamic design.
This is further enhanced by the standard contrasting ‘floating roof’, which can be finished in Midnight Black, Desert Orange, Highland Grey or Alabaster White. In total, 10 bodywork colours, four contrasting roof colours and two two exterior customisation packs that deliver either Orange or Grey finishes for the front and rear skid plates and the lower door protectors.
The interior revolution first seen with All-New Clio continues on All-New Captur, which sets new standards for the class. For starters there’s the same “Smart Cockpit” layout that features a portrait style 9.3-inch EASY LINK infotainment screen angled towards the driver. Elsewhere the extensive use of high-grade materials, including satin finishes and soft touch plastics, plus even more supportive seats, gives All-New Captur a truly premium feel.
A 7-inch multimedia screen is standard on Play and Iconic models, while S Edition gets the 9.3-inch portrait set-up. Both give access to Renault’s EASY LINK connected system that bundles together all the navigation, infotainment and, on S Edition versions, MULTI-SENSE functions for optimum usability on the move. In mid-2020 a 10-inch TFT instrument cluster will be available as an option on the S Edition. Featuring a fully configurable display it allows the driver to customise the comprehensive array of information, including sat-nav instructions.
A strong Captur trademark is the spaciousness and versatility of its cabin - and All-New Captur continues this tradition. Overall length has increased by 110 mm, creating even more room for occupants and their luggage. Not only is there 17mm more legroom in the rear, boot capacity has been increased by a significant 81 litres to a maximum of 536 litres. Better still, the optional premium BOSE audio system is fully integrated into the left-hand side of the boot, meaning there’s no reduction in space.
Elsewhere there’s a sliding rear bench seat that allows 160 mm of fore and aft movement, creating either more space for passengers or a larger boot. The rear bench seat can also be folded down in a 1/3 or 2/3 pattern, liberating a maximum payload length of 1.57 m with an almost completely flat floor. A further benefit is the movable boot floor that can be used to split the payload volume into two levels, creating more space or a totally flat loading lip with hidden storage below.
Not only is it more technologically advanced, luxurious and spacious than ever, All-New Captur offers greater customisation with an interior Orange Signature Pack available for the upholstery that features orange inserts for the dashboard, doors and centre console. On top of this is the availability of ambient lighting, which allows drivers to choose from eight different LED colours that bathe the interior in a calming glow.
Orders open now with customer deliveries from March 2020