General Motors recently announced that the new Chevrolet Captiva facelift will be showcased at the fast approaching Geneva Motor Show that is scheduled to be held early next month.
GM claims that the updated Captiva will come with several visual changes at the front and the rear.
The Captiva facelift sports a new lower bumper, new mesh for the grill and new fog-lamps. Speaking of the side view, the car remains almost unchanged with the only difference being the new 18” alloy wheels. At the rear, the refreshed car sports new tail lamps that feature LED lights. The circular exhaust tips have been replaced by angular ones and the car gets a revised rear diffuser.
On the inside, the car gets new seat fabrics, new colour shade, revised instrument panel, dual zone climate control, ambient lighting, heated seats and leather upholstery for the top of the line variants.
Not much is known about the engine options but it is expected that the car will continue to be powered with the current range of engines, maybe with some tweaks to enhance the fuel economy figures.
The Chevrolet Captiva facelift will come to us sometime after its international debut.
Chevrolet Captiva 2.2 LTZ AWD
Car Body Type: SUV
Segment: Upper D Segment
Displacement: 2.2 litre
Engine Type: Diesel
Maximum Power: 186.5 Bhp @ 3800 rpm
Maximum Torque: 424 Nm @ 2000 rpm
Length: 4660 mm
Width: 1870 mm
Height: 1755 mm
Seating Capacity: 5
Tyre Size: 235/60 R17
Suspension: McPherson strut with Twin tube gas strut
Turning Circle: 5.80 mtrs.
Brakes: Front Ventilated, Rear Disk
Gears: 6 Automatic
Ground Clearance: 197.00 mm
Kerb Weight: 1820.00 kgs.
Trip Meter: 2