Renault Captur will be offered with preset customization packs ‘Diamond Deck’ and ‘Urban Connect’, created by Renault’s design studios in India and France
The Renault Captur India launch is inching closer and as the French car giant readies to put its premium crossover on retail from November 6, 2017, details deeming personalisation options have been updated on the official website. Renault Captur will be offered with five single tone exterior colour schemes including Mahogany Brown, Cayenne Orange, Pearl White, Planet Grey and Moonlight Silver. In addition to these, it will also come with dual-tone colour options. Insides will be crafted in tandem with the premium exterior and will get options for multiple seat covers for a sportier look. The coloured surrounds for AC vents and centre console will further accentuate the sporty flair. Also Read – Renault Captur Vs Jeep Compass Comparison Report
Customers will get multiple bespoke options for both exterior and interior. That said, customers can choose from as many as 16 roof wraps and ORVMs covers. There will be several chrome add-on options as well. To get an idea, customers can look up the preset customization packs, ‘Diamond Deck’ and ‘Urban Connect’ on the Renault’s official website. Interestingly, these custom packs have been created collaboratively by Renault’s design studios in India and France. Also Read – Renault Captur – 5 Things To Know
Both the packs comprise a body decal on C-pillar, roof decal and an ORVM scalp. There is an additional option for a leather smart car sleeve and interior floor mats. One must note that both packs will offer different patterns. That said, the Urban Connect features a repeating pattern of asymmetric circles whereas Diamond Deck offers a pattern with sharp line and angles. You May Also Like – Renault Captur Vs Renault Duster | Renault Captur Vs Hyundai Creta
To be slotted above Duster in Renault India’s product line-up, the SUV will share underpinnings and mechanicals with its smaller sibling. That said, for power, it will use the 104.5bhp, 1.5-litre H4K petrol and 108bhp, 1.5-litre K9K oil burner. Both the engines will get a standard 6-speed manual unit and there could be an optional CVT on the petrol variants.