In June, Renault Captur launched its Fast Track offer on its Arkana coupe SUV, which promised 30-day delivery thanks to an upstream backlog.
An initiative that appeared a little earlier in Spain in Captur, but also in Dacia in France with the Up&Go program.
It comes at a time when most manufacturers are affected by shortages of electronic components and have particularly long lead times. To this end, Renault made copies available in stock at two storage locations and a specific distribution process.
Based on the Techno finish, already well equipped, the Techno Fast Track version of the Captur brings some additional equipment. They are: two-tone paint, spare wheel, 9.3-inch touchscreen with smartphone navigation and replication, 10-inch digital counters or an induction charger.
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To meet this tight 30-day deadline, Renault then requires customers to make concessions by not offering any additional check-in options in the catalogue. The choice of body color is limited to three colors: Blue Iron, Gray Cassiopeia or White Pearl.
Under the hood, therefore, this Fast Track variant has two engine options. Among them: a 140 hp micro-hybrid 1.3-litre petrol variant and a 145 hp E-Tech single-hybrid (non-rechargeable) version.