LAND ROVER has taken the wraps off its new Range Rover Evoque for 2016 ahead of its debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March.
The Evoque has stood out from the premium competition in terms of design and packaging but also in terms of on- and off-road performance.
This is a Land Rover first and foremost and therefore the crossover that can. Practical enough for the school run yet still able to keep going when the tarmac runs out.
A fact that the company is not shy of mentioning, either: “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,” said Gerry McGovern, Land Rover Design Director.
The new model retains all of the things that has made it so popular and adds a host of latest generation technological driver aids, such as autonomous emergency braking, and a lane-keeping assist system.
The car will also keep a watchful eye over the driver and prompt him or her if fatigue levels rise.