After receiving an extensive refresh in 2011, the Chevrolet Captiva is set to receive a set of moderate updates for 2013, and will be displayed at next month’s Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland. This is not to be confused with the Captiva Sport, the fleet-only Chevrolet crossover here in the United States that was formally known as the Saturn Vue. There is no doubt, however, that it will play second fiddle to the 2014 Corvette Stingray Convertible, which will be unveiled at the same show.
What is to be expected in regards to this modest update? There’s LED taillights, a new 18-inch wheel design, tweaked fascias, dual-zone climate control, heated rear seats, and remote start. This should hold over until the all-new model comes out on the D2xX architecture, roughly two-and-a-half years from now.