• The New Renault Captur boasts the brand’s latest design, featuring a striking front end.
  • Equipped with the innovative OpenR Link infotainment system with Google integration, accessed via a new 10.4-inch vertical touchscreen.
  • Standard features include USB-C sockets, wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and a wireless smartphone charger.
  • Sustainability is prioritised with new upholstery made from recycled fabrics, omitting leather and chrome.
  • Enjoy class-leading interior space, especially for rear-seat passengers, with a sliding rear bench seat.
  • Three trim levels offered: evolution, techno, and esprit Alpine, marking its debut on the Captur.
  • Choose between two powertrains: 1.0-litre TCe 90 and E-Tech full hybrid 145.
  • Benefit from up to 18 advanced driving aids, with personalized safety options via the My Safety button.
  • The New Renault Captur will be available from Q3 2024.

The Renault Captur, renowned as the versatile B-segment "car for living," blends its compact exterior (4.23m) with a spacious interior, ideal for modern families navigating city streets or off-road adventures. Boasting over two million units sold worldwide in 90 countries over the past decade, it's lauded for its high driving position, offering easy access and excellent road visibility.

The New Renault Captur embodies Renault's latest design ethos, spearheaded by Gilles Vidal, Head of Design, characterised by sleek lines and meticulous detailing, offering a premium, dynamic allure. Maintaining its urban SUV prowess, the New Captur retains its trademark versatility, two-tone colour options, and expansive interior, complemented by a suite of cutting-edge technological features.

Elevating its appeal further, the New Captur introduces a range of enhancements, including a refreshed interior and exterior design, highlighted by the sporty esprit Alpine trim. Inside, new upholstery and dashboard screens enhance the cabin's ambiance, while the introduction of the OpenR Link multimedia system with Google integration brings state-of-the-art technology, a first in the B-segment.

Safety reaches new heights with the upgraded electronic architecture, featuring the latest driving aids. Engine options include the 145 bhp E-Tech full hybrid, promising enhanced driving dynamics with recalibrated power steering and revised running gear.

Produced at the Valladolid plant, the New Renault Captur is set to hit markets in Q3 2024, poised to continue its legacy of urban adaptability and style.


The New Captur showcases a premium, athletic style with the new Ceramic Grey bodywork and esprit Alpine trim. With a new light signature and two-tone bodywork configurations, New Captur is certainly appealing.


The Nouvel'R one-piece logo built into the multi-faceted grille, and a higher, more horizontal bonnet, giving the Captur's front end a new elegant and technological look. All these details underline the stronger identity of New Captur.

The upper part of the grille creates a play of light, with its shapes in relief and the contrast between the dark glossy background and the transparent inserts. Additionally, the front end incorporates horizontal air intakes above an aerodynamic splitter and in the bumper, along with side air inlets next to the daytime running lights, optimising aerodynamics and brake cooling.


The updated front lights now come with full LED technology as standard on all trim levels. Following the design cue from the New Clio, the LED daytime running lights adopt a vertical half-diamond shape, drawing inspiration from the brand logo. When the doors are remotely unlocked, the headlights illuminate in a fresh welcome sequence, adding a contemporary and welcoming touch.


Rear light housing is now transparent, revealing the structure of the light units inside. This, combined with the new logo and redesigned diffuser, gives the rear end a more contemporary and quality look.


  1. The evolution trim features 17-inch alloy wheels and a matt black finish on the lower body and beltline with long, black front and rear skid plates. 
  2. The techno trim features all-new 18-inch alloy wheels and a High Gloss Black finish on the lower body and beltline. 
  3. The new esprit Alpine trim is immediately identifiable, with its Ice Black logos, High Gloss Black window surrounds, 19-inch wheels of specific design, aerodynamic splitter and front and rear skid plates with Slate Grey matt finish.


Six body colours are available:

  1. Arctic White
  2. Oyster Grey
  3. Diamond Black
  4. Ceramic Grey
  5. Iron Blue
  6. Flame Red. 

The two-tone colour scheme, where customers can select Diamond Black for the roof and door mirrors is optional on techno and standard on esprit Alpine​


New Captur can be personalised with a wide range of equipment available on order or through the dealer network, including underbody lighting, sidesteps, towbars, bicycle racks and illuminated door sills.


The more upmarket style of the outside is also visible on the interior. The cabin takes on a contemporary look with the OpenR Link multimedia system and a new dashboard screen (up to 10.25 inches). Across all trim levels, the introduction of new upholstery imparts a heightened sense of luxury. Featuring a wealth of standard equipment for a sporty interior ambience, the new esprit Alpine trim is an invitation to take to the road. As you enter the Renault Captur cabin, you can hear the new welcome sound sequence which was designed in collaboration with Jean-Michel Jarre,, the internationally renowned French artist, composer and author.


OpenR Link multimedia system with Google built-in (on techno and esprit Alpine trim levels) is featured on the New Captur. It includes the best of onboard technology with Android Automotive 12 – a world first for a B-segment vehicle. In the centre of the main console, the new 10.4-inch vertical touchscreen lets users take full advantage of exclusive interactive content with a wide range of services.

It is simple to use, hyperconnected and fully customisable. The interface is compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay with wireless smartphone connectivity as standard. Google services such as Google Maps, Google Assistant, and over 50 (depending on the country) Google Play apps can be accessed at the touch of a finger, just like on a smartphone. Renault is deploying exclusive connected services on New Captur, based primarily on partnerships with developers and content creators. Some of the apps accessible via the OpenR Link multimedia system include: Waze, Amazon Music, Vivaldi, Radio Player for Renault and more.

New Captur gains new dashboard screens measuring up to 10.25 inches (24x9 cm) diagonally, depending on the version. This size is compatible with the Navigation on techno and esprit Alpine, providing a colour display on the instrument cluster, facing the driver.

For digital in-car entertainment, front passengers have access to two USB-C sockets and a 12V socket, with another in the boot. On techno and esprit Alpine, two further USB-C sockets are available behind the central armrest for rear passengers, while a wireless phone charger in the centre console is standard across the range.


The all-new modernised upholstery features grey and heather grey seat fabric on the evolution trim, with yellow top-stitching on techno and with a Renault diamond pattern on the interior side supports of the front seats.

The new esprit Alpine trim features multi-textured grained cover material fabric on the seats and door panels and a blue-grey insert on the dashboard. The cabin also makes many nods to the Alpine brand, a symbol of sporting elegance, with the national flag in the side piping, seatbelts with blue top-stitching, aluminium-plated sports pedals, branded door sills and a special steering wheel.

As well as limiting its use of chrome, Renault is replacing leather with grained cover material. This confirms the brand’s aim of completely phasing out animal-derived materials by 2025. In New Captur, all the upholstery includes recycled fabrics selected for their low carbon footprint, without compromising on perceived quality, feel or comfort. The esprit Alpine trim includes over 26% recycled and recyclable fabrics in its upholstery, through the use of bio-sourced materials such as grained cover material and hemp.


Thanks to a rear bench seat designed to slide back as much as 16 cm, passenger knee room at the rear is still among the best on the market at 221 mm allowing users to create more space for cargo or passengers as required. The cabin includes a total of 24.7 litres of storage space, including a 7-litre glovebox and, depending on the version, map pockets on the backs of the front seats.


In terms of boot capacity, New Captur ranks among the best on the market, with maximum volume of 536 litres (VDA) when the rear bench seat is pushed fully forward (a gain of 114 litres VDA). The boot is modular, with a rear bench seat sliding over 16 cm and a removable floor creating a flat space. With the rear seats folded (2/3-1/3 split), the load length is 1.57m.


MULTI-SENSE settings can be accessed using the central touch-screen or a button on the steering wheel. Users can choose between four views for the digital instrument panel, five widgets (interactive apps or thumbnails), eight colours for the speedometer display and 48 colours for the LED ambient lighting strips on the door panels. To create a more relaxing mood, the colour of the lighting is adjusted automatically every 30 minutes based on the circadian cycle (24-hour biological clock) and the time of day (cool colours during the day, warm colours at night).


New Captur is versatile in terms of both its interior design and its use. With its modern, efficient powertrains, it is equally at home in the city, on the motorway or on country roads. The 145 bhp E-Tech full hybrid engine meets the highest standards in fuel efficiency and CO2 emissions, at just 105 g/km, and is as quiet as an electric car in the city without the charging constraints.

Two efficient powertrain options are available:

  • 1.0 TCE 90 – 90 bhp, 160 Nm of torque, turbo 3-cylinder engine paired with a 6-speed manual gearbox. Fuel consumption: 5.8 - 5.9 L/100 km*
  • 1.6 E-Tech full hybrid 145 – 145 bhp, 205 Nm of torque, 4-cylinder engine combined with a smart automatic dog clutch gearbox. Fuel consumption: 60.1mpg

* awaiting fully homologated UK data


New Captur E-Tech full hybrid 145 gains a full hybrid powertrain with a series-parallel architecture. Two electric motors (a 36 kW e-motor and an 18 kW HSG - High-Voltage Starter Generator) are combined with a 69 kW (94 bhp) 1.6-litre 4-cylinder petrol engine and a 1.2 kWh battery. The smart multi-mode dog clutch gearbox is actually clutchless. It has four gears for the petrol engine and two gears for the main electric motor. Energy efficiency is optimised by the 14 possible operating combinations of the combustion engine and the electric motor.

The new E-SAVE function, which is activated by a button to the left of the steering wheel on the dashboard, maintains a battery charge of at least 40%. This ensures optimum performance when driving uphill, for example.

The highly efficient powertrain cuts CO2 emissions compared with the previous generation to just 105 g/km, placing the vehicle on a par with the best-in-class. It also delivers the silence of an electric vehicle, without the charging constraints.


New Renault Captur is on a par with the best in terms of passive and active safety. It features 18 new-generation driving aids (ADAS), divided into three categories: safety, driving and parking. Safety Coach provides personalised advice for more responsible driving.

Intelligent speed assistance
Traffic sign recognition with overspeed warning (OSP) displays the authorised speed limit on the instrument panel and on the navigation screen. If the vehicle’s speed is higher than the recognised speed, a visual warning is displayed. A button on the steering wheel activates the speed limiter, cruise control or adaptive cruise control to adapt automatically to the legal speed limit depending on following distance.

Other driving aids

  • For safety: Automatic Emergency Braking System (AEBS) / / Lane Keeping Assist (LKA) / Lane Departure Warning (LDW) / Driver Drowsiness Alert (DAA)
  • For the driving experience: Cruise control and speed limiter / Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) with Stop & Go / Distance Warning (DW) / Hill Start Assist (HSA)
  • For parking manoeuvres: front, rear and side parking sensors.

ADAS customisable at the touch of a button
A new button My Safety Switch – lets the driver activate or deactivate the preferred settings of no fewer than five ADAS at the same time, at the touch of a button. These customised settings on the multimedia screen include whether to activate the function, to what level, to allow sound alerts, and so on.

Technical Specifications

BOOT VOLUME (litres)

All versions except full hybrid

Full Hybrid version

With row 2 moved forward / moved back to stop (+ 132L)

422 / 536

326 / 440

Maximum volume (to seat height) - rear bench folded




Overall length




Front overhang


Rear overhang


Overall width with folded mirrors / unfolded mirrors

1797 / 2003

Front track ground


Rear track ground


Overall height


Open tailgate height


Boot sill height


Ground clearance unladen / with max. load

169 / 132

Rear Knee radius row 2 advanced / retracted to stop

61 / 221

Front elbow room


Rear elbow room


Front shoulder width


Rear shoulder width


Front headroom

889 / 879 - 939 / 929

Rear headroom

849 / 849 - 906 / 908

Boot entry maximum width


Interior width between wheel arches


Maximum load length with rear bench folded



1.0 TCE 90

E-Tech full hybrid 145






HEV 245V

Cylinder capacity (litres/cm3)

1.0 / 999

1.6 / 1598

Number of cylinders



Number of valves



Torque (Nm)

160 Nm @ 2750rpm

145 Nm @ 3200rpm ICE mode / 250Nm ICE+EM

CO2 (g/km WLTP)



0 to 62 mph (s)



Fuel consumption (l/100km)

5.8 – 5.9

4.7 – 4.9