In less than a week, Chevrolet will officially unveil its revised Chevrolet Captiva crossover for European consumption at the Paris Motor Show. To build some excitement around the model, Chevy was kind enough to release a few exterior pictures as well as some details of the updated CUV about a week ago. However, the bow tie brand didn’t provide any photos of the Captiva’s revised interior, which has received a few minor nips and tucks. Thankfully, the fine folks at CarScoop have come to our aid and have published the first non-official pictures of the Captiva’s freshened cabin.
At first glance, the changes to the interior are not as noticeable as those made to the exterior. For starters, there’s a brand new audio system, auxiliary and USB ports, as well as Bluetooth connectivity. In addition, Chevy replaced the traditional parking brake with an electric unit, resulting in significant space savings in the center console. The newly-available space allowed Chevrolet to add two 1-liter cup holders to the console. In a press release, Chevrolet also mentioned new interior finishes and textures, but these aren’t very noticeable in the pictures we have so far.
We look forward to driving the 2011 Captiva in the near future.