WATCH | The new Renault Captur proves that refinements make a big difference

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The new Renault Captur aims to build upon its predecessor's success, now boasting transformation both inside and out.

It's soft, rounded body of the first generation is replaced a much sportier, sharper look with a few design cues borrowed from its Duster sibling.

Power and features

The interior is where the fun begins with enhanced technology coming in the form of 'Smart cockpit' layout ideally positioned for the driver.

There is also a class-leading optional 23cm infotainment screen to manage everything from navigation maps to Apple Carplay.

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The Captur is powered by a range of petrol and diesel engines while a plug-in hybrid model will join the line-up at a later stage.

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