Renault has revealed its new limited-edition Captur S-Edition, which debuts the French automaker’s new turbocharged 1,3-litre four-cylinder engine. This unit (which slots in at the top… Read more →
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When Renault unveiled its DeZir Concept a few years ago, the company explained that it represented the first phase of its new brand identity, which aimed to show different stages of the human life cycle. The French company has just lifted the wraps off the second stage of the cycle – the Renault Captur Concept.