Firstly thanks to WheeloMania for the spy pictures of the upcoming Chevrolet Captiva facelift. The test mule’s front facia is covered in heavy camouflage. However as the product has been launched in the international markets, we earlier showed you a fair picture of what it looks like.
Chevrolet’s versatile SUV has just been given a facelift and looks all the better for it, behind the camouflage. An imposing split grille in line Chevrolet’s new family look and double-barrel headlamps are the most prominent changes to the Captiva’s styling while clear lens tail-lamps complete the makeover.
The seven-seater will also benefit from revised interiors. On the engine front, the 2-litre motor is set to be replaced by a new 2.2-litre diesel unit. Peak power will see a spike from 148bhp at present to 184bhp on the new engine. Prices are likely to increase by around Rs. 1 lakh when the new model is launched early next year.