Renault Captur the best of the MPV, SUV and hatchback in the worlds, stands out as another example of Renault’s determination to bring automotive innovation to the widest audience possible. It brings affordable new ideas to the segment. The clever solutions designed include a sliding rear bench seat, a multi-position boot floor and Media Nav or Renault R-Link multimedia systems, not to mention its Easy Life drawer-type glove box (left hand drive models only), two-tone paint and zipped removable seat covers.
True to its strategy which seeks to make innovation available to as many motorists as possible, Renault has stolen a lead in the realm of in-car connectivity with the widespread availability of its Renault R-Link multimedia system across its range. Now available for New Clio Hatchback, New Clio Sport Tourer, New Clio Renaultsport, ZOE, Captur and New Kangoo Express, it equips all the vehicles on display on the brand’s stand in Geneva.
The unveiling of New Clio GT-Line 120 EDC sees Renault further fuel the passion generated by its Renault sport and GT range of versatile performance cars.
Thanks to the combination of its Energy range of engines and its electric vehicle programme which together spearhead the brand’s environmental drive, Renault is on target to go below the emissions threshold of 120g/km. Following the launch of four electric vehicles over a period of two years, Renault, which has been Europe’s number one van manufacturer since 1998, takes the wraps off New Kangoo Z.E. The precursor of the brand’s Z.E. range is also Europe’s best-selling compact electric van and the latest version forms part of the Kangoo line-up’s renewal that was announced at the end of January.