The new Range Rover Evoque is more ‘style-led’ than any other Land Rover and features three designs
1 March 2011

Land Rover has issued full details on the personalisation options that will be offered on the new Range Rover Evoque.

The model, which is considerably more ‘style-led’ than any previous Land Rover, will be offered with three “design themes” - Pure, Prestige and Dynamic - instead of the traditional trim levels. Then buyers will be able to further customise their cars, with 12 exterior colours, three contrasting roof colours and seven alloy wheel designs (18in to 20in).

The cabin options will include 16 “tailored designer interiors”, four metal finishes and two wood veneers, three headliner colours and illuminated aluminium and chrome tread plates. The car will also be offered with a panoramic glass roof.

The lighting options will include bi-xenon headlights, LED tail-lights and ‘puddle lights’, which illuminate a Range Rover graphic at the front doors when the car has been blipped to unlock.

Other extras will include an 825W, 17-speaker stereo, park assist, blind spot monitoring, hard drive sat-nav, rear-seat entertainment with video screens and wireless headphones, keyless entry and a heated windscreen, front seats and steering wheel package.

The Evoque is due on sale in the summer, priced from £30,000.

Our Verdict

Range Rover Evoque

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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