We can expect the interior to be sporty with revised dashboard and centre console. The Captur Coupe is going to be the most affordable Coupe SUV
Renault officially released a new teaser image yesterday confirming that the company is developing a C-Segment Crossover coupe model which is similar to Captur. The new model will make its debut at Moscow Motor Show in late August and the Captur Coupe test mule has been spotted in public roads for first time revealing the new design theme.
The front get similar design like Captur but the headlamps will be redesigned along with a new bumper and wider air-dam. The grille is also expected get minor changes and the coupe model will retain LED headlamp from regular model. The high bodyline gives a muscular look for the Captur coupe, which is similar to other coupe SUVs.
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The major design change is at the side as the coupe design looks really good and similar to BMW X4. The rear door and C-pillar is completely new from Captur. At the rear, the French manufacturer has given new LED tail lamps with a small lip spoiler for the boot along with single exhaust. The Captur Coupe is going to be the most affordable Coupe SUV.
The overall dimensions appears to be bigger as it is based on Kaptur, which is the Russian version of Captur and this model is longer and wider than Euro spec model. Renault will also offer all wheel drive system with Captur Coupe. The interior is going to get major changes as it is one of the places where Captur lack compared to rivals.
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To compliment exterior, we can expect the interior to be sporty with revised dashboard and centre console. The front seats will be redesigned for a sporty approach and lets see how Renault manage to carve out space at rear, which is usually lacking in Coupe SUV models. Renault will carry forward current engines from Captur along with some performance models. We do not know yet whether the Captur Coupe be considered for India or not.