Changes are relatively minor, with the exterior getting a number of design tweaks such as a lower front bumper, a new grille mesh and restyled fog lights.
The rear of the car gets new LED lights, a revised bumper and chrome exhaust tips. There are also 18-inch alloys to give it a new look.
There have been some changes to the inside of the car, too, including new seat colours and fabrics, while higher specification cars get leather upholstery. Higher trims will also get keyless start as standard, along with heated rear seats and ambient lights.
As well as the bigger Captiva’s new look, the smaller Chevrolet Trax model is set to go on sale in spring. The manufacturer’s interpretation of the Vauxhall Mokka will come with two or four-wheel drive and a choice of three engines, with the 1.7-litre 128bhjp diesel likely to be the biggest seller in the UK.
The smaller SUV will also get the company’s MyLink system, which is compatible with the iPhone’s voice-activated Siri system.