The theme continues inside, where there are black leather seats and gloss black trim, contrasted by red stitching and red carpets.
The Ember Special Edition comes exclusively with Land Rover's 177bhp turbocharged 2.0-litre diesel engine and a nine-speed automatic gearbox, which offers 55mpg combined and emits 134g/km of CO2.
The Ember Edition will go on sale this summer for just three months, priced from £47,200.
Range Rover Evoque SE Tech models gain 12-way powered seats and automatic high beam assist as standard, with prices starting at £33,000, £400 more than the outgoing model.
HSE Dynamic and above trim levels get a host of new InControl infotainment technology, which is claimed to have faster responses and smartphone-like behaviour.
It uses familiar pan and pinch to zoom controls on a 10.2in 1280x542 pixel resolution screen – an 80% improvement over the Evoque’s standard 8in touchscreen – and includes 3D mapping, birds' eye view navigation, and new Touch Pro technology.
Touch Pro enables users to sync their car’s system with their smartphone to help pre-plan destinations and offer door-to-door navigation. Navigation continues on a user’s smartphone even after they’ve left the vehicle, and Touch Pro technology can share estimated arrival times with other users via SMS.
Additionally, InControl Connect tech adds wi-fi and projects smartphone apps onto the car's infotainment screen.
The system comes as standard on HSE Dynamic, HSE Dynamic Lux and Autobiography models, which start from £41,400, £500 more than the 2016 car.
Low Traction Launch
Land Rover says it’s also improved the all-terrain ability of the Evoque, with a new Low Traction Launch system being introduced as standard on HSE Dynamic models and above.
The system is a manually selectable driver mode that aims to maximise traction on low-grip surfaces. It automatically controls the amount of torque sent to each wheel, preventing wheelspin and maximising drive.