Paris, Tokyo: Pierre Sabas with Renault Captur
This is Episode 2 of a special edition of the Paris, Tokyo series, produced in collaboration with Renault. In Episode 1, Renault’s exterior designer, Pierre Sabas, spoke regarding the exterior design of the fifth generation Clio (“Lutecia” in Japan). Episode 2 introduces the appeal of the exterior design five-door SUV Captur, which Sabas himself designed. The Captur is one of the best-selling SUVs on the European market. Learn what kind of character Sabas gave to the exterior of the Captur, one of Renault’s quintessential models alongside the Clio.
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