Chevrolet Captiva (2012)

  
CARBARN | Chevrolet Captiva (2012) | Only deny a few can, the beautiful and confident attitude profile of the current Chevrolet Captiva, still looking as fresh and modern as the day it was launched - and maybe you will see the new Chevrolet Captiva, an example of an already strong design that in all the right areas honed to ensure it has a more dynamic presence, but without some of the original design Captiva essence. Taewan Kim, GM vice president of design, responsible for the Captiva project. "The key ingredient of the new designs that you can see, Captiva is the trust, the changes that give we have made to the front profile of the new Chevrolet Captiva even more athletic. it looks at the situation, but also compact " A number of features are immediately noticeable when viewing the new Captiva from the front. The dual-opening grille has become one of Chevrolet signatures, and there is no doubt about his intentions, Chevrolet Captiva significantly larger than its predecessor, it looks unique and progressive, with its unique flattened honeycomb structure and chrome rings, lending the new model an almost high-performance car feel.


Just above the grille, aluminum hood Captiva is all new, designed and sculpted lines and its concave to the front profile of aggressive and powerful. The designers refer to the integrated "character lines" in the form of new front bumper. The Captiva's new upgraded interior design, now offers a number of new finishes and textures, with the new model up-market feel and look. The features which can be found on other new Chevrolet interiors is one of the most important signatures of the dual-cockpit design and wrap-around front bumper, something that also displayed inside the Captiva.


spacious ambience to offer combined and practicality of an MPV, we associated this reach combined with the use of superior textures and finishes with the distinctive Chevrolet wrap around inside the dashboard, while the abundance of storage and packaging by the versatile five or seven seats offered Captiva emphasizes space and practicality Since its introduction, Chevrolet Captiva, a number of chassis and active safety technologies including ABS, ESP and ASR presented.


The chassis has McPherson suspension in front and an independent four-link axle at the rear axle. All four wheels are equipped with internally ventilated disc brakes - 296mm front and 303mm rear - and a modern ABS system, the sensors on all wheels features and is standard on all models. For new Captiva, improvements have been made of ABS software to further reduce stopping distances. New Captiva comes with electronically controlled, speed-sensitive steering as standard equipment, low steering effort for the driver and a better steering precision means. For the first time on Chevrolet Captiva, Hill Start Assist (HSA) is available on all vehicles. Special attention was paid to cornering performance to improve, by reducing body roll but also the driving experience. To the rear damper and spring rates increases the insulation improve and a larger rear stabilizer is introduced to improve rear vehicle part equilibrium, while the use of a hydraulic rear link is introduced to reduce vertical ground vibrate. It is under the hood brave new Chevrolet Captiva, that the most important changes were introduced. No fewer than four new powerful engines are available, combined with a new six-speed manual or automatic transmission. Together they will give Captiva owners experience a purposeful and efficient drive and make the new Captiva one of the largest SUVs on the market. The purpose of the new engine line-up consisting of two petrol engines with 2.4 and 3.0 liter turbo diesel and two variants, both with 2.2 liter engine contains a multitude of advanced technologies that deliver an optimal balance of performance and fuel economy . First seen on Chevrolet Captiva is direct injection and variable valve timing (VVT) on the top of the range 3.0-liter V6. The new 2.4-liter petrol engine also features VVT.


The new Auto-Box can be used in fully automatic mode, or if the driver prefers, provides Driver Shift Control (DSC) for manual shifting when the mood takes you. This allowed the engineers to improve crumple zones, increase interior space and lower the hood line. So while the first course is "steep" to allow quick take-off, a high sixth gear reduces engine rpm at high speeds, to maximize internal fuel and reduces noise and vibration. The standard in most markets for the new Chevrolet Captiva is a six-speed manual transmission, be optional with the 2.4-liter petrol and 2.2-liter diesel engines.

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