Chevrolet is launching a sports version of the Chevrolet Captiva, the dynamically styled five-door and first compact sports utility vehicle in Chevrolet's European model range.
43,000 Europeans have already bought a Chevrolet Captiva since its launch in 2006, making it officially a succesful vehicle. Today, Chevrolet is responding to the market by releasing a Sport version of the compact SUV.
The exterior has gone through some changes like new 18 inch wheels, trunk lid in body color, dark headlights and smoked rearlights, new exhaust tips, bumper and side moldings are painted in Chaos Black, Light Silver finishes on several details and a new front fascia.
The interior has been provided with some enhancements like red and black leather upholstery with red stitching while the cockpit has been adorned with black carbon accents.
There are two engines available for the Chevy Captiva Sport, namely the 2.0 liter turbo diesel and the gasoline gussling 169 hp V6.