The new Renault Captur Intens, the latest addition to the Renault range, has a host of features that are making this SUV the talk of the town. It boasts next-level smart technologies, the latest safety features, as well as performance-enhancing additions. We take a look at some exciting features you will find in the new Renault Captur Intens.
We can’t get enough of a good thing…the Renault Captur received some TLC in March this year and now we can expect more to be launched in 2024! Renault is all set to unveil the new face-lift of its popular compact crossover SUV, the Renault Captur. With its striking design, powerful engine, and advanced safety features, the new Captur is set to make a bold statement on the roads. Here’s what you can expect.
The Renault Captur is a true gem in the automotive world and has been put to the test since its launch, revealing an impressive list of features and capabilities. Here’s why this is extra exciting to forward-thinking South African motorists…
See, this compact crossover boasts a price tag of R500K, and while it fits below the grand luxury SUV category – it has found its niche as the discerning driver’s dream car for urban adventures. So, let’s delve into what makes the Captur a top-class choice for those who value both convenience and quality.
According to artistic folklore it was likely Picasso who first said that ‘good artists borrow, great artists steal’. Negative associations with the term ‘steal’ aside, the quote actually alludes to the fact that exceptional art inspires more amazing art, especially when the inspired party goes above and beyond to take the learnings from the initial artists and make it their own.
The launch of the 2022 Renault Captur brings about some mixed emotions as it looks mightily impressive but the Captur range has been and is currently discontinued in South Africa. Whether it will be reborn with renewed impetus remains to be seen and one can only hope. For now, let’s marvel at this new, stylish, fully loaded and affordable compact SUV that seems to have attracted a lot of attention on the global stage.
With electric and hybrid vehicles growing in popularity across the globe, Renault has introduced the E-Tech-engineered special edition for the Clio, Captur, Arkana, and Megane electrified derivatives. Unsurprisingly, they’ve used design and style cues of the 100% electric Megane E-Tech for the new E-Tech-engineered special editions.
Jaco Oosthuizen, CEO of Renault South Africa, is a formidable and highly respected businessman. He spent the last two decades immersed in the automotive industry, holding positions in various areas, including financial services, retail, manufacturing (fibreglass canopies and caravans), as well as import and distribution.
SUVs like the Renault Captur are becoming increasingly popular as many car brands seem to have moved away from making sedans and bigger models. While some of the reasons might involve the future of electric vehicles but it also comes down to the value for money, space and versatility of compact SUVs, something the Renault Captur offers in spades.
Electric cars have been making headlines for some time but this latest story of nostalgia should really pique your interest. It seems the Renault 4 from the 1960s might make a comeback as an all-electric crossover in European markets. This reboot has the makings of a fascinating end result combining the old Renault 4 name with today’s modern-day styling, technology and powertrains.
Horse lovers like to say a camel is a horse designed by a committee. A hybrid, in other words. Which is fine until you try and cross the desert on your horse. In cars, a hybrid refers to some kind of petrol/electric drive and a decade ago people called them the worst of both worlds. This is no longer the case, with even Formula One cars now hybrids.