Range Rover Evoque caught on camera during promotional filming

Land Rover has released images of the new Range Rover Evoque taken two days ago in central London.

The undisguised three-door SUV was being filmed by the manufacturer and a short series of still shots has been uploaded onto YouTube.

The screen grab shown here, shot alongside Bank tube station in the City of London, gives a good idea of the Evoque’s compact dimensions.

The car parked behind the Range Rover is a VW Fox supermini. It highlights just how steeply the Evoque’s roofline slopes, plus the car's bluff rear end and tiny rear window.

The Evoque goes on sale in summer 2011 and is expected to be available with Victoria Beckham-designed interior treatments. The former singer turned fashion designer has been appointed by Land Rover as a design consultant for the Evoque project.

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20 August 2010

21st Century mobile pillbox.

20 August 2010

I'm glad Land Rover have had the nerves to stick to the styling of the concept, although I wouldn't fancy reverse parking one

20 August 2010

[quote ewallace1]I'm glad Land Rover have had the nerves to stick to the styling of the concept, although I wouldn't fancy reverse parking one[/quote] It's a Range Rover, it's bound to have reversing camera's.

20 August 2010

Victoria Beckham? You couldn't make it up. Probably says everything about LR now that you want to know.

20 August 2010

Ford have made their version, except they decided to make it look like it had been in a rollover accident at the front instead of the rear...

20 August 2010

[quote The Apprentice]Ford have made their version, [/quote]

A nice piece of satire, Apprentice!

The rear of the new RR sure falls off rapidly, as if its wheels are sinking in soft mud. But I will try one out when they appear in my local showroom.

20 August 2010

[quote Autocar]gives a good idea of the Evoque’s compact dimensions.[/quote] The idea of a compact Land Rover as originally mooted by the LRX looked like an attractive proposition for a single person requiring 4x4 capability just occasionally and looking for something different, but this has turned into a nightmare and then you learn that styling is by Posh Spice and wake up in a cold sweat..........relief that it was a dream. Then you see this picture..........


Enjoying a Fabia VRs - affordable performance

20 August 2010

[quote TStag]It's a Range Rover, it's bound to have reversing camera's.[/quote]

Probably as a costly option though.

20 August 2010

What a joke,you can not see out of the thing!.

20 August 2010

A few untidy lines there, but overall well done LR for sticking to their guns with that styling, nice to see. I wouldn't buy one, not a fan of the image - has a car ever had so much of an image problem/ great image (depending on your perspective) before it's been launched? Why am i in on a Friday night?

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