|Also called||Renault Samsung QM3|
|Assembly||Valladolid, Spain (Renault Spain)
Busan, South Korea (Renault Samsung)
|Body style||5-door SUV|
|Layout||Front engine, front-wheel drive|
|Platform||Renault/Nissan B platform|
0.9 L H4Bt I3 TCe
1.2 L H5Ft I4 TCe
1.5 L K9K I4 dCi
|Wheelbase||2,606 mm (102.6 in)|
|Length||4,122 mm (162.3 in)|
|Width||1,778 mm (70.0 in)|
|Height||1,567 mm (61.7 in)|
|Related||Renault Clio IV
The Renault Captur is a mini-crossover manufactured by the French automaker Renault. The production version made its debut at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show and started to be marketed in France during April 2013.
The car is based on the fourth generation Clio and incorporates design lines from the homonymous concept. It has various customisation options for the interior and the exterior. The Captur features some new elements as a big, easily reachable by the driver, drawer-like glovebox instead of a conventional glove compartment in left-hand drive models.
|Also called||Renault Samsung Captur|
|Production||2011 (by Renault Spain)|
|Body style||Mini SUV|
|Engine||Twin turbocharged 1.6l dCi|
The Captur is a Mini SUV and it is the second of six concept cars showing Renaults future design directions. The first was the Renault DeZir. It was designed by Julio Lozano under the leadership of Renault's design chief Laurens Van den Acker.
Technical details 
It is based on the same platform as its partner Nissan's Juke.The Captur is powered by a twin-turbocharged version of the 1.6 L dCi "Energy" engine which will be rolled out among Renault and Nissan models during 2011. The engine produces 158 bhp (118 kW; 160 PS) and 280 lb·ft (380 N·m) of torque, and the Captur can accelerate to 62 mph in 8.0 seconds a low 99g/km of CO2 emission figure and a top speed of 130 mph (209.2 km/h).
The car is made from carbonfibre, and has a removable roof. It weighs 1,300 kg and features large 22 inch wheels. Despite its crossover/SUV appearance, the Captur is front-wheel drive and features Renault's new ‘RX2’ mechanical self-locking differential to transfer the available torque to the driven wheel with the most grip.
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