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Range Rover Evoque
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The Land Rover Range Rover Evoque is a compact luxury crossover SUV manufactured by Jaguar Land Rover since 2011.
There were two main variants, 3-door and 5-door available as either 2-wheel drive or 4-wheel drive.
The first generation models were the 5-door SUV and the 3-door coupe with a convertible option becoming available in 2017.
Multiple trim levels were offered which were the Pure, Pure tech, Prestige, Prestige Lux, Dynamic and Dynamic lux (essentially, Range Rover created 2 variants for each trim).
The first Evoque models were built on a unibody configuration rather than on frame and had a kerb weight of 1,670 kg with an aluminium bonnet and roof.
12 colours were available each with the option to add a contrasting roof.
The three engines on offer were a 2.2-litre turbodiesel capable of 148 hp, a 2.2-litre turbodiesel producing 187 hp and 2-litre turbocharged petrol.
All Evoques were installed with the standard Land Rover Terrain Response to maximise on traction, they had push-button starts, a 5-inch display infotainment system and a panoramic sunroof.
Euro NCAP awarded the vehicle 5 stars for safety, broken down as 86% for adults and 75% child.
A second generation debuted in 2019 at an event in London on the 22nd of November.
The first models were only available with a turbodiesel engine but buyers could choose from one of 3 sizes producing 150 hp, 180 hp or 240 hp; petrol models followed closely in 2020 producing 250 hp and 300 hp.
New versions had retracting door handles just like the new Velars to create a more streamlined appearance.
There was an upgraded infotainment system and touchscreen.