Land Rover has given a new reason to lovers of luxury, to buy the Range Rover Evoque. A host of new features and riveting looks have been added to this compact SUV. Range Rover Evoque has been given several enhancements that make its exterior all the more appealing. The luxury continues inside the cabin, with brand new looks and all the comfort that customers could ever dream of.
The Range Rover Evoque 2016 gets newly designed bumper and three fresh designs for alloy wheels. The grille comes in two new designs and all the headlamps come with LED technology. This model would be the very first Jaguar Land Rover that features adaptive headlamps that are full-LED. They give a stunning look to the car, while providing excellent visibility during in the dark. With this, the company has developed a signature headlamp along with the design for taillamp. The LED daytime-running lights are present too. The LED technology is energy-efficient, thus cutting down on the demand that the car’s electrical systems have to meet with.
A lot of new features make the bumper attractive. The most noticeable are the new LED foglamps. The tow-eye cover has been made wider. The air intakes have been enlarged too and give a sporty look to the front. All these features strengthen the road presence of the car and make the front look truly aggressive. Moreover, there are two new designs available for the grille. The standard one has two horizontal bars along with a fresh fine-mesh pattern. Dynamic derivatives have hexagonal design along with the mesh area that looks more prominent.
The bonnet vents further enhance its dynamic looks and these can be seen in just coupé models. These have been incorporated in Autobiography specification and HSE Dynamic. The tail gate spoiler is new and integrates LED brake lights in the rear. The roof fins are also new, but optional. A 3G antenna has been included to provide stronger signals for mobiles. The alloy wheels get three new designs and two finishes too. The car makers offer a rich choice for body paint along with the contrasting designs for roof. This gives a great many choices to customers.
After making the exterior fantastic for customers, Land Rover continues the magic inside to further allure buyers. Everything has been given a brand new appearance. The instrument binnacle has been revised and matches well with the interior that exudes royalty. The seats are covered in the finest material. Taurus grained leather is present as the standard material. As for the flagship models, they feature massage seats in the front that are unique in the class and come as optional. They have 14-way electric adjustment too. Customers have 12 choices for the colourways. Out of these, the two new ones are Vintage Tan and Lunar Ice. The ambient lighting is customer configurable to best serve all customers.
The TD4 Ingenium engine is all-aluminium. It is lighter by 20 to 30 kg as compared to its predecessor. It has decoupled injectors and stiff cylinder blocks that keep the vibration at bay and reduce noise at the same time. Buyers have two choices. The first one is 2WD eD4 and churns out 150 PS. It consumes just 4.2 liter per 100 km and gives a fuel economy of 68 mpg. While the CO2 emissions are 109 g/km. Its efficiency is 18% greater as compared to the previous diesel engines of Evoque. People who desire better performance can opt for the other one that gives 180 PS. This one consumes 4.8 liter per 100 km, the fuel economy being 59 mpg. It emits 125 g of CO2 per kilometer.