Like the Oroch, the Renault Captur pickup is rendered in a double-cab body style and the front design remains exactly similar for both models
Pick-Up models are so popular in countries like Australia, USA and South Africa. Renault officially revealed Duster based Oroch pickup at the 2015 Buenos Aires International Motor Show and it is already on sale in many countries. Kleber Silva is one of the popular rendering Artists in Brazil and he has come up with a pickup version of Captur.
Like the Oroch based on Duster, the Captur pickup is rendered with a double-cab body style and the front design remains exactly similar. But the second door design is different from Captur and a chunky silver finished roof rails also give a muscular look to the pickup.
The rear gets a completely new design as the tail lamps will be different along with a new bumper. The Oroch (Duster Pickup) has a payload capacity of 650 kg and cargo bed volume of 683 litres. The interior is expected to be carried over from the regular model with the same features.
The Captur pickup might be powered by the same engine options as the current model. The 1.5 L K9K diesel engine puts out 110 bhp of power at 3,850 rpm and 240 Nm of torque at 1,750 rpm. This engine is mated to 6-speed manual gearbox and it will come with four-wheel drive system also.
Renault hasn’t confirmed about a pickup variant as the company positioned the Captur as a premium model. The French manufacturer recently revealed Arkana coupe SUV based on Captur in Russia and it is expected to be a potential future model for emerging markets.
The Oroch is the first ever pickup truck of Renault and it is powered by two engine options – 1.6 L engine produces 115 hp and it is mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. The 2.0 L engine puts out 142 hp of power and 168 Nm of torque, This engine is mated to a 6-speed manual and 4-speed automatic gearbox with the option of two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive system.