Renault Captur hybrid crossover valued at 25,000 euros
Renault has unveiled the Captur E-Tech Hybrid variant.
The Renault Captur lineup, whose cars are considered some of the most compact, has been expanded with a hybrid version with a self-charging function (HEV).
The Captur E-Tech Hybrid lineup includes three trim levels: Intent, Zen, RS Line. The car is priced at a minimum of 24,850 euros.
The self-loading hybrid unit includes a 1.6-liter gasoline unit with two electric motors (1 primary and one auxiliary). Engines work only with an "automatic."
The French have set the total power output at the level of 145 hp, and it is possible to drive on electric power for short distances. The novelty can operate up to 80% in electric mode in the city stream. Renault says it can save up to 40% on fuel.