Renault has publicly unveiled today in Geneva the 2013 Captur production version.

Based on the fourth generation of the Clio, the Captur crossover is 4.12 meters long, 1.77 meters wide and 1.57 meters tall and can ride on 16- or 17-inch alloys. It offers a 200mm ground clearance and can be specified with various colors for the wheels, a two-tone paintwork, light or black interior trim and a few décor graphics for the tailgate, roof and hood.

We appreciate its appealing design thanks to the steeply-raked windscreen, sill guards, two-part horizontal rear lights and a wide tailgate. The interior is also fresh and can have several décor colors such as orange, chrome, ivory, green or blue for the center console, air vents and loudspeaker surrounds. Various seat covers and non-removable upholsteries are offered.

The large boot can hold between 377 liters and 455 liters, while a 1.6-liter bin is installed between the front seats. On top of the dashboard is another stowage area, plus two others underneath the boot mat on both sides of the tire inflation kit.

Gasoline engines include a TCe 90 and a TCe 120 EDC, while the two diesels are a dCi 90 and a dCi 90 EDC. Several safety items like hill start assist and ESC with roll movement intervention are also part of the package. Other goodies worth mentioning include front/rear electric windows, heated and adjustable mirrors, speed limiter with cruise control, USB / AUX / Bluetooth support and a height- and reach-adjustable steering wheel.

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Gallery: 2013 Renault Captur lands in Geneva

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