A pioneer of the small SUV market, the Captur has sold 1.2 million
units since its launch in 2013, rapidly becoming the best selling model
in its class across Europe. In a sector that has become extremely
competitive, the All-New Captur has reinvented itself without losing
the unique identity that made the original such a success. Featuring
athletic and dynamic new looks, an even more welcoming and practical
interior and setting new technology standard, the All-New Renault Captur is more
grown-up and upmarket than ever.
EXTERIOR STYLING TRANSFORMATION
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
New for Summer 2021 - Renault has further enhanced the appeal of the popular Captur crossover with the addition of two new versions – the dynamic R.S. Line and value-packed SE Limited. Available for the first time on the Captur, the R.S. Line and SE Limited specifications join existing Play, Iconic and S Edition models, powered by a range of efficient TCe petrol and advanced E-Tech powertrains.
Similar to the striking R.S. Line versions of the popular Clio and Mégane, the Captur R.S. Line offers dynamic design inside and out, bringing a more athletic edge and more choice than ever to Captur customers looking to blend greater kerb appeal with the Captur’s attractive characteristics of practicality, efficiency, superior quality and technology.
The Captur SE Limited has been introduced bridging the gap between Play and Iconic trims, with an enhanced level of specification featuring unique exterior design elements delivering added appeal for customers, bolstered by the latest connectivity technology.
The SE Limited benefits from a two-tone paint finish with a contrasting black roof as standard. 17" diamond-cut alloy wheels, LIMITED badging and tinted rear glass complete the look of the Captur's already impressive design.
In the interior you are also once again presented with LIMITED badges on the door sills while the model also benefits from an exclusive grey cloth upholstery. Building on the Play specification, the SE Limited is fitted with a 7.0" EASY LINK touchscreen infotainment system offering live traffic navigation with Google search capability. The system also includes Bluetooth handsfree, DAB Radio, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to offer a full suite of connectivity.
The safety specification also benefits from Traffic Sign Recognition with overspeed prevention, Automatic full LED headlights, rear parking sensors, Automatic Emergency Braking, Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keep Assist, climate control, cruise control with speed limiter and handsfree keycard for easy entry and start.
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.
HIGHWAY & TRAFFIC JAM COMPANION
Due after the Capture goes on sale in the UK, and a rarity in the small SUV class, is the Highway & Traffic Jam Companion. An option on models with the TCe 130 GPF and TCe 155 EDC GPF EDC engines, this system combines adaptive cruise control (with Stop & Go) and lane keep assist. Active from 0 to 100 mph, the system functions on vehicles equipped with an EDC automatic gearbox, controlling the speed of the vehicle and maintaining safe distances with vehicles ahead while keeping the vehicle centred in its lane. Particularly useful in heavy traffic, the driver assistance system also stops and starts the All-New Captur automatically if the driver does not respond within three seconds.
The Highway & Traffic Jam Companion is a Level 2 autonomy system that significantly improves driving comfort. Drivers nevertheless need to keep their hands on the wheel and their eyes on the road, with the system emitting an alert if it detects that the driver’s hands are not on the wheel after 13 seconds. After two further alerts, it deactivates automatically after 48 seconds.
Across the All-New Capture line-up, the level of available standard safety equipment is impressively high. Adaptive cruise control is available, as are departure warning and lane keep assist, the former automatically primed at speeds more than 43mph, the latter working between 43mph and 99mph. Traffic sign recognition with speed alert is also included, as is cruise control with speed limiter function. Finally, the Active Emergency Braking is bolstered by the latest cyclist and pedestrian detection functionality. Automatic high beam functionality is also available with the standard LED headlamps
There are numerous parking aid options, including a 360-degree parking camera, Active Rear Vehicle Detection and front, lateral and rear parking sensors. There’s also the option of Handsfree Parking, which allows stress-free parking by taking control of the steering - all the driver has to do is operate the throttle and brakes.
Renault EASY CONNECT in the All-New CAPTUR
With the All-New Captur, Renault is continuing its strategy of deploying always-on connectivity and enriched services with all of its vehicles. Platforms and apps such as EASY CONNECT and MY Renault, plus the EASY LINK multimedia system deliver truly connected services.
Even on the move, the driver and passengers are able to remain connected permanently to their digital environment, the Renault EASY CONNECT package being tailored to each user, with each being progressively enriched with new services on all of the multimedia systems on which it is installed.
Also new to the Captur range are the MULTI-SENSE
settings that enable you to customise the driving experience and the
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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.
Customisation is key with All-New CAPTUR
The Captur has always been recognised for its customisation options - and the All-New Captur goes even further with a greater variety of options and new colours inside and out.
Externally the trademark two-tone bodywork treatment remains at the heart of the All-New Captur’s appeal. In addition to the range of 11 bodywork colours there are also five options at launch for the roof and door mirrors - Midnight Black, Desert Orange, Highland Grey and Alabaster White.
Further customisation of the All-New Captur extends to a choice of three colours for the front and rear skid plates and the lower door protectors, with Highland Grey, Alabaster White and Atacama Orange all available.
In total, the All-New Captur will offer no fewer than 90 colour combinations, allowing owners the ability to create a car to suit their own tastes.
The interior of the All-New Captur can also be customised with coloured with a choice of seven different combination. The Caramel, Blue, Red and Turquoise packs embellish the air vents and the base of the gear lever, while the Light Grey and Orange packs feature inserts for the inner doors, dashboard and upholstery
All in the All-New Captur will
offer no fewer than 18 interior colour configurations. And that’s in
addition to them eight ambient lighting colours for the inner doors and
the base of the flying centre console, all selected via the MULTI-SENSE
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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.
SAFETY AND TECHNOLOGY
All-New Captur leads the way with the sort of driver assistance technologies normally associated with larger and more expensive vehicles. In addition to the ‘Smart Cockpit’ that allows quicker and safer access to infotainment functions on the move, there’s also the option of the Easy Drive advanced driving assistance system, which represents the first step towards a self-driving vehicle. Available as an option on S Edition models, this sophisticated system combines Adaptive Cruise Control with Lane Centering to both maintain a safe distance to the car in front and keep the car in its lane. In slow moving traffic it will even take over braking and acceleration of the vehicle.
The Renault EASY LINK multimedia platform on All-New Captur comes with either 7-inch or 9.3-inch touchscreens, both of them compatible with Android AutoTM and Apple CarPlayTM. Featuring an all-new smartphone-inspired interface with intuitive pinch and swipe functions it allows users to customise various screens to directly access their favourite functions. With 4G connectivity, there’s also access to constant round of updates and a wide variety of apps, including GoogleTM search functions, TomTomTM and CoyoteTM.
Standard safety features across the range include Lane Departure Warning and Lane Keep Assist, the former automatically primed at speeds above 43mph (70km/h), the latter working between 43mph (70km/h) and 99mph (160km/h). Traffic Sign Recognition with speed alert is also included, as is cruise control with a speed limiter function. An Active Emergency Braking System is standard and is bolstered by the latest cyclist and pedestrian detection functionality.
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All-New Captur has passed the Euro NCAP safety test with 5 stars, with the latest generation, proving its qualities in terms of safety and wide range of driving aids.
Based on the new modular platform of the CMF-B Alliance, All-New Captur joins the All-New Clio (also 5 stars) on the list of the safest vehicles. It benefits from an optimized body structure, revised seat structures and seat belt fasteners designed to provide optimal support for all occupants with pyrotechnic pre-tensions and force limiters.
New features on the All-New Captur include the option of a 360° camera and active emergency braking with cyclist and pedestrian detection, which are both firsts in the Renault range. The highlight is the Highway & Traffic Jam Companion, which is rare in the small SUV class and provides significantly improved comfort and tranquility when driving. This advanced driver assistance system constitutes a first step towards autonomous vehicles.
ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) available on the All-New Captur fall into three categories: Driving, Parking and Safety. Together, they form the Renault EASY DRIVE system. Their settings are easy to adjust from the Renault EASY LINK multimedia system touchscreen.
New engines, plug-in capability and CMF-B
The All-New Captur has also stepped up a class when it comes to its wider range of redesigned petrol and diesel engines, plus the addition of a E-TECH plug-in hybrid. Joining the range in 2020, this powertrain is both a first for Renault and also for models in this class.
HYBRID ENGINE - E-TECH plug-in
Renault has always been a technology pioneer and the All-New Captur continues that tradition as in 2020 it will become the first model in its class to be offered with a plug-in hybrid engine. Called E-TECH Plug-in it has been designed to appeal to customers where the All-New Captur will be the household’s only vehicle, delivering the longest driving range in electric mode and the best all-round performance for a plug-in hybrid model. In total, Renault has registered over 150 patents for the E-TECH Plug-in engine fitted to the All-New Captur, demonstrating its cutting-edge credentials.
Capable of driving up to 28 miles (45 kilometres) at speeds of up to 83 mph (135 km/h) in pure electric mode, the All-New Captur demonstrates impressive versatility. Owners can use the car for daily trips without consuming any petrol, while longer weekend and holiday journeys can be undertaken without any range anxiety. What’s more, thanks to its specially designed system and continuous energy regeneration capability of its two electric motors, the All-New Captur always retains enough charge in its 9.8kWh battery to move away and run at low speeds in electric mode, helping to reduce fuel consumption.
The system is similar to that fitted to the New Clio E-TECH, meaning it features a braking system taken directly from the electric vehicle class. This means it allows a maximum of energy to be recovered and returned for rapid self-recharging of the battery, while the strong regenerative braking effect allows a one pedal driving technique, further boosting efficiency.
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The electric part of the drivetrain is linked to a new 1.6-litre petrol engine, which has been reworked especially for this application and is equipped with a particle filter to reduce harmful emissions. It also features an innovative multimode continuously variable gearbox for smooth and seamless operation.
As for charging, the All-New Captur gets Mode 2-compatible charging plug for domestic sockets and a Mode 3 plug for charging stations.
Also New for Summer 2021
Renault has strengthend its electrified offering with the introduction of the Captur E-Tech hybrid. The latest addition to the best-selling model provides customers with even more choice and sees the Captur offer one of the largest selections of powertrains in its sector, with the availability of hybrid, plug-in hybrid and petrol variants.
The All-New Captur E-Tech hybrid is destined to make the model even more popular in the UK, with the compact SUV selling over 150,000 examples since it was introduced in 2013.
Using regenerative braking as the main source of charging its battery and there being no requirement for it to be plugged-in to charge, the All-New Captur E-Tech hybrid ensures everyone can enjoy the environmental benefits, driveability and refinement associated with an EV but without the need for access to a charge point.
The arrival of the hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) version combines strong, responsive performance with low running costs. Compared to a similar petrol version it offers significant fuel savings, while it also provides efficiency that is close to that of a diesel. After the Captur E-Tech Plug-in hybrid, it is the most efficient and powerful version in the range. The All-New Captur E-Tech hybrid is available in Iconic, S Edition and R.S Line levels of trim.
Adding a further electrified version to the Captur range was a simple process due to the model being based on the versatile CMF-B modular architecture, which was designed from the start to accept electric capabilities.
The All-New Captur E-Tech hybrid uses the same technology that debuted on the Clio E-Tech hybrid, which was engineered with input from the Alpine F1 team. It combines a 1.6-litre petrol engine with a 1.2 kW lithium-ion battery and two electric motors, together with the automatic, multi-mode dog gearbox that features in all other E-Tech models. In operation, it starts the vehicle in 100 per cent electric mode, significantly reducing the gap in acceleration during gear changes. This means a smoother, more refined drive plus better performance.
The hybrid powertrain allows significant reductions in fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. It is designed to use the optimal energy output to recharge the battery whenever the energy created is more than the required power. Then, kinetic energy recovered during deceleration or braking can be transformed into electrical energy to recharge the battery. The electrical energy is then in reserve to assist with acceleration, or for all-electric operation at lower speeds in urban areas, later in a journey.
The Captur’s hybrid powertrain offers three levels of energy regeneration and regenerative braking:
Battery regeneration during deceleration: When the driver lifts their foot off the accelerator and the gear selector is in D (Drive), the main electric motor works as a generator by recovering kinetic energy produced by the deceleration, turning it into electrical energy that is sent back to the battery.
B Mode: To recover more energy, the gear selector can be put into B (Brake) mode by nudging the gear selector backwards, allowing one pedal driving when driving in full electric mode, increasing the level of regeneration allowed by the battery, up to an idling speed of around 4mph.
Regenerative braking: When the brake pedal is depressed, braking is triggered electrically, with mechanical braking support from the brake pads if necessary. The electric motor provides additional braking here, recovering excess energy and returning it to the battery that can be deployed again later on.
PERFORMANCE, ECONOMY AND DRIVING
The All-New Captur E-Tech hybrid generates 145hp delivering a zero to 62mph time of 10.6 seconds and a maximum speed of 106mph. After the E-Tech Plug-in hybrid, it is the most powerful Captur available. It blends this responsive performance with efficiency, emitting as little as 114g/km CO2 and delivering fuel economy of up to 56.6mpg.
As with other E-Tech equipped models, the All-New Captur E-Tech hybrid features MULTI-SENSE driving mode selection. This sees the powertrain automatically adapt to the driving conditions and the way in which it is being driven – managing its power supply accordingly, as well as the battery regeneration opportunities.The change from one mode to another is barely noticeable and requires no input from the driver – the E-Tech powertrain automatically decides the most appropriate mode for the situation to optimise efficiency and emissions, while continuing to deliver responsive and enjoyable driving.
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Following the All-New Clio, the All-New Captur is the second model in the Renault range to benefit from the turbocharged 3-cylinder 1.0 TCe. Featuring a turbocharger with an electrically controlled wastegate, an exhaust manifold that is partially built into the cylinder head, hydraulic twin variable timing control and the Bore Spray Coating that reduces its consumption and CO2 emissions, this engine is at cutting edge of internal combustion technology. With 100 PS and 160 N.m of torque, this new generation engine makes the All-New Captur a versatile SUV, comfortable both in the city and on the motorway.
The 1.3 TCe engine made its debut in the previous generation Captur, as well as having proved itself in numerous other models in the Renault range. With 130 hp and 240 N.m of torque if delivers strong performance, smoothness and efficiency, enabling dynamic driving while keeping fuel consumption and CO2 emissions down. Fitted as standard with a 6-speed manual gearbox, it’s also available with a new 7-speed (the previous car was a six-speed) EDC dual-clutch gearbox that features steering-wheel mounted gearshift paddles
At the top of the petrol range is the The 155 PS version of the 1.3 TCe engine, which with 270Nm of torque maximises the dynamic qualities of the All-New Captur and its new CMF-B platform chassis. Exclusively available with the EDC 7-speed automatic dual-clutch gearbox, this unit provides keen drivers with a greater feeling of sportiness and enjoyment at the wheel, particularly when taking advantage of the MULTI-SENSE Sport mode
This 155 PS version of the 1.3 TCe engine is calibrated differently from the previous 150 PS version it replaces, allowing greater performance but with lower consumption and CO2 emissions that are optimised to meet the WLTP approval protocol.
Blue dCi 95 and 115
The All-New Captur offers two diesel options suitable for the highest mileage drivers. The 1.5 Blue dCi engine has been improved to meet the new emission control standards with the inclusion of a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system and is available in two guises: a 95 PS version with 240 N.m and a 6-speed manual gearbox, and a 115 PS version with 260 N.m and the option of either a 6-speed manual gearbox or EDC 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission with steering wheel gearshift paddles.
CMF-B: A NEW MODULAR PLATFORM FOR THE ALL-NEW CAPTUR
The All-New Renault Captur is built on the new CMF-B modular platform, which was first developed in 2014 at the Technocentre in Guyancourt. There were many targets for the new platform, including improved safety, efficiency, refinement and technology integration.
CMF stands for Common Module Family and it comprises 85% new parts compared with the platform of the previous-generation Captur. Significantly, CMF-B was designed from the outset to accommodate the E-TECH Plug-in drivetrain.
Safety was also a key development and CMF-B has allowed innovative equipment to be integrated with all-new Captur, including an adaptive driver airbag, high-volume curtain airbags, safety belt pretensioners with load limiters and ISOFIX child seat attachments compliant with the new iSize standard. The structure of the body, side members and bulkhead have also been carefully designed, while then use of high-tensile steel and structural adhesive to improve the bonding of the panels also increases strength.
With the new electric and electronic architecture of the CMF-B platform, the All-New Captur is available with the most extensive range of equipment and advanced driver assistance systems in the class, including a front camera and radar, to the Highway & Traffic Jam Companion adaptive cruise control, a first in this class.
The CMF-B architecture is also lighter than before, particularly on the bodywork and suspension, while an underbody fairing that improves the aerodynamic performance with a Cx reduction of 20 thousandths. The All-New Captur also offers greater refinement thanks to the insulation of the engine compartment, with an improvement of between 1.5 to 2 dB at speeds of up to 80 mph.
All-New CAPTUR BOSE
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