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2011 Chevrolet Captiva Facelift: First Images of Refreshed Cabin

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Continuing our photo-revelations of the interiors of Chevy's Paris Motor Show-bound debuts, here's our first look at the inner works of the facelifted Captiva SUV. As you can see, the changes inside are far less noticeable than the exterior updates.

These include a brand new audio system with Aux-in, USB-port and Bluetooth connectivity and the replacement of the traditional handbrake with a new electric park brake that frees up space for further storage in the center console, including two 1-liter cup holders.

Chevy said that the refreshed Captiva also features new finishes and textures including all-new seat fabrics and interior d├ęcor appointments.

You can read more about the 2011 Captiva including the updates on the engine lineup in our previous article.





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5 Comments:

Butter said... »September 16, 2010

Very nice... The interior sorta looks like an Infiniti model.

Anonymous said... »September 16, 2010

"Very nice... The interior sorta looks like an Infiniti model."

That's a bad thing! 'Infinit's knob' looks like an afterthought; you're very hand gets in the way of the screen when manipulating it! Stupid Nissan for lack of foresight and stupid GM for copying it!

Anonymous said... »September 17, 2010

"Stupid Nissan for lack of foresight and stupid GM for copying it!"

Do you actually look at the pics?? It,s not a knob, it´s just a clock (or display of something).
TS

Anonymous said... »September 17, 2010

Truly awful early 1990s steering wheel!

Liam said... »September 17, 2010

At least this looks much better than the busy Orlando dashboard but where is the keyless smart entry? Is GM offering smartless key entry again at no charge? This company is never dancing in time to the music.

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