sChevrolet will show its restyled Captiva and the new Trax compact SUV in Europe for the first time at next week's Geneva motor show.
The changes to the Captiva are concentrated mostly on the plastic mouldings at front and rear, with a lower front bumper, a new grille mesh and restyled foglights at front, and new LED tail lamps, angular chrome exhaust tips and a remodelled bumper at the back.
The Captiva also gets new 18” alloy rims.
Inside, the Captiva will have new upholstery fabrics in fresh new colours (with leather on top-of-the-range models) and revised trim on the instrument panel.
Higher-spec variants of the captive will now come with keyless entry and start, a dual-zone climate system, an ambient lighting package and heatable rear seats.
This is GM's entry in the small SUV segment, available in both front-wheel and all-wheel drive, in a choice of one turbodiesel and two petrol engines.
The diesel is a 1.7-litre four rated at 96kW, while the petrol line-up comprises a 103kW turbocharged 1.4 and a naturally-aspirated 1.6. All manual-transmission variants come with idle stop as standard.
More expensive version will have Chevrolet MyLink, a system that aggregates content from compatible smartphones - as well as a dedicated smartphone navigation app called BringGo - on to the 180mm high-resolution full-colour touchscreen display, and allow them to access TuneIn internet radio.