Holden introduced the updated version of the Captiva crossover for the Australian market.
The novelty will go on sale next year, serving as a replacement for the current Captiva Captiva 5 and 7.
The model is based on the Captiva 7, received a modified front section with a modified grille, new head lights and LED daytime running lights.
The interior of the car detects a change in the center console and a new infotainment system MyLink with a 7-inch display and support for Apple CarPlay / Android Auto.
Also, the model had a rear-view camera as standard, and a 5- or 7-seater saloon configuration.
In the list of security systems will include parking assistant, warning system on objects moving in the transverse direction of the rear of the car, the side monitor blind spots and so forth.
Under the hood, restyled Australian “Captiva” will house the motors, which “has won the trust of customers.”
A specific list of aggregates is still unknown, but it can be assumed that the gamut will crossover the following settings:
- 2.4-liter petrol “four” power of 165 hp and 230 Nm;
- 3-liter V6 rated at 255 hp and 288 Nm;
- 2.2-liter 4-cylinder turbo diesel, developing 181 hp and 400 Nm.