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2011 Renault Capture Concept

Written By Nathen Bridgwater on Friday, July 22, 2011 | 7:57 AM

The concept of capture is a crossover with a removable roof, diesel engine, butterfly doors, and interior bungee-cord. Renault says this is an example of future styling direction of the brand and also that the concept signifies the production model. Renault Capture which is close in size to the alliance partner Nissan Juke, is made of carbon fiber and has a removable hardtop that allows for that to change with the coupe to a convertible crossed. Front fender is painted orange round matte, as detailed in the bottom of the door and most of the back. Removable lid lifts off to reveal the carbon fiber frame. This concept 22-inch wheels made to look bigger with a design that spilled into the tire.  

The capture made its debut at the 2011 Geneva auto show. While the descendants of the concept will not get to America, always interesting to see what is happening in other parts of Mr. Ghosn�s Wild Ride. Powered by a 1.6-liter diesel conception twin-turbocharged in 160HP, 130-horsepower developed by Fresh Energy is bequeathed DCI tautens eventually replace the current unit of DCI 1.9. Oil-burners are mated to a dual attached to the EDC gear case, and according to Renault, he radiates to the lower level of 99g CO2 per kilometer.
 2011 Renault Capture Concept
 2011 Renault Capture Concept
 2011 Renault Capture Concept Interior
2011 Renault Capture Concept
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