Top-selling Range Rover Evoque gets new looks and features.
The Range Rover Evoque will soon sport a slightly reworked exterior, updated cabin and a few new features too.
A new diesel engine, while not yet confirmed for Australia, is also coming to the Evoque and boasts 132kW and fuel economy as low as 4.4L/100kms.
What we do know for sure however is that the update includes a new front bumper, two new grille designs, optional all-LED headlamps and three all-new alloy wheel designs.
While in the cabin, new seats and refreshed door casings, a new infotainment system and updated colours and materials – including Lunar Ice, Vintage Tan and Dark Cherry, are on the way.
Gerry McGovern is the Land Rover Design Director and Chief Creative Officer; he said the updates are all about making a good vehicle even better.
“The Range Rover Evoque first established and then dominated the luxury compact SUV sector generating worldwide acclaim and sales success.”
“Our challenge has been to evolve the Evoque design without diluting its distinctive character.”
Expect the updated Range Rover Evoque to land in Australian dealerships towards the end of the year, we will keep you updated on final Australian pricing and specifications ahead of the updated Evoque’s arrival.
Did you catch our most recent Range Rover Evoque review? And, Australian pricing confirmed for new Land Rover Discovery Sport.