Victoria Beckham's special edition Range Rover Evoque has been finalised
13 July 2011

A new Victoria Beckham special edition version of the recently launched Range Rover Evoque is imminent.

Land Rover insiders say that the design of the special Evoque has been finalised, but that its launch has been delayed until she is ready to go back to work, following the birth of her and David Beckham’s daughter, Harper Seven.

No details have been given of the new car, but expect a posh interior with a price tag to match.

Watch our Range Rover Evoque 90sec video review

The current Range Rover Evoque costs from £27,955 for the two-wheel-drive diesel manual version, rising to £44,320 for the Si4 Dynamic coupé with six-speed auto and LUX pack.

Our Verdict

Range Rover Evoque
The Range Rover Evoque is available as a three-door, pictured here, or a five-door

The Range Rover Evoque draws heavily on style as a selling point, but also possesses the substance to back it up

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