Renault had launched the Captur crossover in the Indian car market during festive season 2017. If media reports are to be believed, the French automaker has already started working on a new special edition of the crossover. According to Team-BHP, Renault will launch the Captur “Bose Editon” in the country. The new Renault Captur Bose Edition model is expected to be launched the second half of 2018. Also See – Renault Captur – 6 Things You Should Know
The Renault Captur Bose Edition is likely to get a premium sound system powered by Bose. The report further suggests that the new edition is currently in its final stages of testing and fine-tuning, and it could be released in April 2018. Bose is one of the most popular premium audio brands and it could help marketing the Captur in the country.
We have already seen Tata Motors using premium in-car entertainment system from Harman-Kardon. This entertainment system is offered on the Tiago, Tigor, Nexon and Hexa. Similar to Tata Motors, it is expected that Renault could offer Bose in-car entertainment system with its popular brands. Talking about Captur, this crossover is equipped with a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system and it comes with an Arkamys tuned sound system with front and rear speakers and 2 tweeters. Also Read – Upcoming Renault Cars In India
Renault Captur Bose Edition Price
The new Captur Bose Edition is likely to be offered on the top-spec petrol and diesel versions of the SUV. We believe the new editions will cost around 30,000 more than the existing versions and could be priced around Rs 14.2 lakh. The existing model is available in both petrol and diesel guise, priced between Rs 9.99 lakh and Rs 13.88 lakh.
Renault Captur Bose Edition Launch Date
Mechanically, this edition will remain unchanged and it will continue to feature the existing set of engines. It shares engine with the Duster SUV – 1.5-litre K9K diesel and 1.5-litre Petrol. While the petrol unit is good for 104.5bhp and 142Nm, the oil burner delivers 108bhp and 245Nm of torque. Power is transmitted to the front wheels via a six-speed gearbox.
Source – Team-BHP