General Motors will put a small extension on the life of the ageing Chevrolet Captiva SUV by introducing a new, face lifted model for the 2015 model year. Inautonews recently caught the refreshed crossover undergoing testing with heavy camouflage draped over the front fasica, hood and front quarter panels.
Updates on the new Captiva will most likely be limited to the areas where there is camouflage on the prototype. This means it will most likely receive a new grille and front fascia which is more akin to current Chevys and possibly a redesigned hood. The interior may also receive small updates and changes, while no new engine or transmission options are currently known.
The Captiva has been on sale in different parts of Asia, Australia, New Zealand and the Middle East since 2006. Throughout its model lifecycle, the SUV has been updated many times with new infotainment technologies, a rear-view camera, revised exterior and interior styling and updated engine options.
Check out the spy photos of the 2015 Captiva here.