2020 Chevrolet Captiva is one of the cutest and most attractive small SUVs that will surely attract attention for the buyers in the future. This time it is even better designed, offering the great look of the bumpers and the best design in the class. The car should be made in the Korean factory aiming to be competitive with the other models in class like Hyundai Santa Fe and Nissan X-Trail.
There are no many changes in the design of 2020 Chevrolet Captiva from the last model. The design of the car is obviously designed to bring great details and overall look but not prominently suspicious. There is well-known massive front end with recognizable grille and the logo in the middle with wide air intake on the bottom of the front bumper. The rear end is rounded and short, protected with the very thin spoiler on the top of the rear window. However, the trunk door is not much attractive and includes only a few details and curved lines.
The cabin in 2020 Chevrolet Captiva offers great design and surely one of the best equipment in the class. Along with the wide dashboard and combination of the white and black quality plastic come large space between the rows and in the front row, too. In term of technology, we know that the manufacturer has prepared a great infotainment system, upgraded safety system, and a great entertainment system. However, the manufacturer also has large and roomy space, even though the car looks small outside.
There are three engines that come as optional in 2020 Chevrolet Captiva. The base model has a 2.0-liter petrol unit that produces 163 horsepower of strength. The higher option is 2.2-liter (which could come as a diesel version, too) and it produces 165 horsepower of strength and 170 pound-feet of torque. Finally, there is the highest trim with the strongest V6 model and an amazing 258 horsepower and 215 pound-feet of torque. All engines should be paired with the six-speed transmission.
2020 Chevrolet Captiva Release Date and Price
The first model of 2020 Chevrolet Captiva should be on the market at the beginning of 2019. The price is expected to be around $24,000 for the base model, but there will be a space for increasing the price. The most likely there will be additions in the engine and cabin equipment, which both effect on the price a lot. Finally, the new Captiva could bring few unexpected novelties, so be patient and wait when the new model is on the market.