The Renault Capture represents the latest design philosophy of Renault and the Renault Dezir succeeds on. The crossover concept was designed by Laurens van den Acker and got an athletic body with a size just slightly shorter than a Megane. With special details breathes the Frenchman a futuristic and all sportsmanship. Black and white 22 inch wheels, a low roofline, sharp and wide headlights cut nose and wing doors allowing to not be missed. The roof is removable and transforms into the Capture a crossover coupe.
Renault sees the capture as a two-or four-seater. In the first case, the two floating all bucket seats with space for luggage for adventure. But we wonder whether that orange grid – that everywhere in the cockpit as a network returns – comfortable. Two additional rear seats are conjured forth from the side, including headrests and seatbelts. The windshield is a camera mounted to the driver en route to assist.
Technically, the Capture also innovative. Renault mounts a twin-turbo 1.6 dCi with 160 hp, derived from the recently introduced version with 130 hp. The particularly powerful diesel engine also generates 380 Nm and is working with Renault’s new dual-clutch automatic transmission (EDC). This accelerates the capture in August can count to 100 and 210 km / h be tapped. In general, the Capture of fuel sparingly, his diesel consumption 3.8ll/100km is ‘rewarded’ with 99 grams of CO2. Certainly not with those huge wheels, but that erzijde.