This is the Chevrolet Captiva‘s second facelift in its seven-year history. The 2013 update sees a lower front bumper, new mesh grille, restyled fog lamps and rear bumper, LED tail lamps, new 18-inch alloys and angular chrome tailpipes.
The interior gets new fabrics, seat colours and instrument panel trims. Higher-spec cars for the European market benefit from keyless entry and start, heated rear seats, an ambient lighting package and dual-zone climate control.
We have just this one rear-three-quarter picture of the refreshed Chevrolet Captiva. Until the wraps come off in Geneva then, we’ll have to take Chevy’s word for it. The 2013 Chevrolet Trax is also attending the show; the mini SUV will go on sale in Europe this spring in FWD and AWD configurations.