The Renault Captur Plug-in Hybrid uses a 1.6-litre petrol engine and a 9.8kWh battery driving two electric motors, enabling an all-electric driving range of 30 miles (WLTP) and total power output of 160hp.
The Captur Plug-in Hybrid is capable of economy of up to 188.3mpg and CO2 emissions of 33g/km. This means a BIK rate of just 10 per cent for company car drivers for 2020/2021.
Top speed in all-electric Pure mode is 84mph, with acceleration from zero to 62mph in 10.1 seconds.
Renault’s Multi-Sense driving modes include Pure – a new mode specific to the Plug-in model – which allows for zero emission all-electric driving when the battery is sufficiently charged for up to 30 miles.
Sport mode makes full use of both petrol engine and electric motor for faster responses when there’s sufficient charge.
There’s also an E-Save function that limits use of the battery and saves energy for it to be utilised later by prioritising use of the petrol engine. The driver can then switch to battery power when more appropriate later, such as in town where full electric driving is preferable and zero-emissions running achievable.
To help owners make the most of their All-New Captur Plug-in Hybrid, a free 7kW wallbox home charger is included as standard for retail customers. Using this, the All-New Captur Plug-in Hybrid can charge from zero to 100 per cent in approximately three hours.
Both a domestic charging cable and Type 2 charger is provided as standard.
Scheduled heating, ventilation and charging times can be controlled via the standard 9.3-inch Easy Link portrait touchscreen or via the new MY Renault APP.
The E-TECH Plug-in Hybrid powertrain is available on the highly-specified All-New Captur S Edition trim level, available from £30,495, as well as the new Launch Edition, available for just £500 over the S Edition.
The Renault Captur Plug-in Hybrid is available to order now with customer deliveries starting from September 2020.