Although like other major brands (Alfa Romeo, Bentley, Citroën, Ferrari, Fiat, Kia, Nissan, Peugeot, Suzuki,, Toyota, Volvo …), chose not to display its presence with an official stand, the manufacturer nevertheless made the trip to Frankfurt to show its Captur E-Tech , the first model rechargeable marketed by the group.
Unveiled last July, thisof combines a 1.6-liter petrol engine with two electric motors and a 9.8 kWh battery. announces a 45 km in electric mode up to 135 km / h in mixed use (WLTP) and about 65 km in urban use. Designed from the new CMF-B platform used for the Clio 5 and the new Nissan Juke, this second generation of the Captur goes upmarket with a more opulent interior finish and more muscular lines. has still not communicated on the price of this hybrid version which will be marketed from 2020.