Renault Captur Customisation Options Revealed

Renault Captur Customisation Options Revealed

By: || Updated: 30 Oct 2017 11:30 PM

The French automaker will let owners customise their Captur inside out

Renault Captur

Renault is all set to launch the Captur crossover in India on November 6, 2017. The carmaker has revealed multiple personalisation options that will be on offer with the upcoming crossover, that's expected to be priced between Rs 12 lakh and Rs 14.5 lakh.

The Captur will be available with five exterior colour options - Cayenne Orange, Mahogany Brown, Moonlight Silver, Pearl White, and Planet Grey. Dual-tone exterior colour options will also be available. Multiple seat cover options and coloured surrounds for air-con vents and the centre console will be on offer as well.

To personalise the exteriors, one can choose among 16 roof wraps, ORVM covers and multiple chrome add-ons. If you can't decide on what looks best - Renault is also offering two preset personalisation packs, called the Diamond Deck and Urban Connect. Renault says both these personalisation packs were created jointly by the company's design studios in India and France. The packs include a roof decal, a body decal (on the C-pillar) and an ORVM scalp. There is also an option to include a leather smart card sleeve and interior floor mats with both the themes.

Diamond Deck

The Diamond Deck exterior personalisation pack includes decals on the roof and C-pillars, and ORVM scalps that are inspired by sharp lines and angles.

Renault Captur with Diamond Deck pack

Urban Connect

The Urban Connect exterior personalisation pack features a repeating pattern of asymmetric circles on the roof, ORVMs and C-pillars.

Renault Captur with Urban Connect pack

In addition to the two packs, Renault will offer multiple exterior chrome embellishments with the Captur.

Renault Captur fitted with chrome embellishment on the ORVMs, around the headlamps, and on the front and lower grille

Renault Captur fitted with chrome add-ons around the tail lamps and the licence plate


Renault Captur




1.5-litre H4K

1.5-litre dCi K9k


106PS @ 5600rpm

110PS @ 3850rpm


142Nm @ 4000rpm

240Nm @ 1750rpm


5-speed manual

6-speed manual

The Captur is based on the Renault Duster’s platform and also draws power from the same engines. For now, the Captur will be available in India with a manual transmission paired to both the engines. Wondering whether India will get an automatic Captur in the future? Find out here.

The Renault Captur will be on offer in India in multiple variants. However, we’re not expecting Renault to offer the Captur in a bare-bones variant. The top-end variant will be Platine, which will be exclusively available in India and will offer features like LED headlamps with floating turn indicators, 17-inch alloy wheels, leather interior upholstery, automatic climate control, parking camera, and a digital instrument console, among others. 

In the premium compact SUV and crossover space, the Renault Captur will rival the Hyundai Creta and the Maruti Suzuki S-CrossHere’s how it stacks up against the two.

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