Renault Captur driven
We check out the striking Geneva show car to see the new ‘face’ of Renault…
Posted: 22 May 2012
In doing so, they called upon a range of influences starting with the ‘image of a sprinter on the starting blocks', tensed muscles, protective equipment used in radical sports and an interior based on the human body and urban styling: suspended ropes form the backs and bases of seats, while the door casings and dashboard act like a ‘second skin'. Believe us, the pictures don't do it justice. In a good way.