Renault Captur – Click above to watch the video after the jump

We brought you initial details on the Renault Captur crossover concept just a few days ago, and surmised that it looked remarkably similar – if less bug-eyed – to the Nissan Juke. They are, after all, corporate cousins. But the Renault Captur incorporates a number of innovative features of its own, like two-part doors that swing up and down for easy ingress and egress, giant wheels that seem to blend seamlessly into the tires, and that exo-skeleton roof structure. Perhaps the Captur's most intriguing design element, which you can see for yourself in the footage after the jump, is the lighting that's worked into the body panels themselves. Check it out to see what we're on about.

[Source: Renault]

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