The fully revealed Renault Kadjar will exceed the Captur compact SUV. The Kadjar is based on the same foundations as the Nissan Qashqai – but it’s larger, measuring in at 4.45 metres long, 1.84 metres wide and 1.6 metres tall.
The Qashqai’s legacy in the Kadjar’s body is present, but there are many new design indications that set it apart. Marketed as the 'brand’s first ever C-segment crossover', the Flame Red model boasts a sporty exterior with a chrome strip around the headlights, shaped sides, well-built wings, anodised aluminium roof bars, lower door protective mouldings and chrome windows. It also has 19-inch wheels with black wheel arch extensions, daytime running lights and optional LED headlights. Both front and 4wd versions will be available, the second with three modes – Auto, Lock and 2wd.
The sporty and refined interiors showcase a fixed glass sunroof, a dashboard with foam-backed materials and an instrument panel directly visible to the driver. Other features include the automatic parking system, emergency break assist, lane departure warming, revering camera systems and road sign recognition.