2013 Geneva Motor Show: Chevrolet unveils Captiva facelift
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- 05:15 pm, March 06, 2013
The Captiva facelift has undergone subtle design updates to keep up with the times.
Chevrolet has unveiled the new 2013 year model of its popular soft-roader the Captiva at the Geneva Motor Show. This new updated models doesn’t boasts of dramatic design changes. It in fact has undergone subtle design updates to keep up with the times.
Up front, the new Captiva gets redesigned bumper including new shape fog lamps. The headlamp design and the grille remain pretty much the same as the current model. Move onto the side and the biggest update can be seen in the form of new 18-inch alloy wheels. While at the back, the design updates include all-new LED taillights, redesigned bumper and angular exhaust pipes.
Inside, the design of the dashboard and the layout of materials remain the same however, this new model gets new fabric for the seats including leather option on top-spec variants.
The engine options too, remain the same with the 2-litre and the 2.2-litre VCDi diesel engines on offer. While the smaller 2-litre engine produces 148PS of power and 320Nm of toque, the more advanced 2.2-litre unit puts out 184PS of power and a solid 425Nm of torque.
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First Published on 05:15 pm, March 06, 2013
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