Land Rover has revealed the production version of the Range Rover Evoque, that will go on sale next summer.
Unveiled at a party thrown to celebrate the Range Rover brand’s 40th birthday, the production Evoque retains most of the looks of the original LRX concept, which was unveiled as long ago as the Detroit motor show in 2008.
Land Rover hasn’t released few technical details, although it has confirmed that the car will be available in two and four-wheel drive, and that some models will emit less than 130g/km of CO2.
The Evoque is being described as a “global car”; Land Rover says it will be sold in more than 160 countries. It will be made at Halewood, creating up to 1000 new jobs at the Liverpool facility.
The all-new Range Rover Evoque is an important step for the future continued success and growth of the brand. Customers can be confident that the new car will be premium, luxurious and just as special as the other Range Rover models.
The Evoque will be launched in India, considering Land Rover will surely want to tap the growing luxury market in India.
Source: Autocar UK