New Land Rover Range Rover Evoque

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SUV, Diesel
Expected Launch: Sep 2019
₹ 52 - 71 Lakh
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The New Range Rover Evoque is not bigger than its predecessor but thanks to Land Rover's new mixed-metal Premium Transverse Architecture, it provides more room for the passengers.It was almost two years since we first saw the spy shots of the new Evoque and Jaguar Land Rover has been teasing the car for a while now and finally it is here. The new, second generation Range Rover Evoque made its debut in Britain and from what we can see, it certainly looks like the baby brother of the Velar. 

That the Range Rover Evoque was a massive hit for Land Rover is a well- known fact. Nearly 800,000 cars sold in 8 years are bloody good numbers. The first Evoque has been a huge success for a brand - that until it came along - was largely known for off-roaders that had little to do with trend, fashion or urban mobility. The new, second generation Range Rover Evoque made its debut in Britain and from what we can see, it certainly looks like the baby brother of the Velar. It certainly looks more aggressive than before and the introduction of new slim LED head- and tail-lights emphasize the vehicle's new design language while flush door handles add to the smooth, sculpted aesthetic. It still oozes style and the vehicle's dramatic proportions are amplified by its pronounced shoulders and wheel arches. The new Evoque is not bigger than its predecessor but thanks to Land Rover's new mixed-metal Premium Transverse Architecture, it provides more room for the passengers. Cargo space has gone up by 6 per cent and there's 610 litres of space available and it goes up further to 1430 litres with the rear seats folded. Inside, the finely crafted design integrates uncluttered surfaces and simple lines which again reminds you of the Velar.

The new Evoque is being offered with premium alternatives to leather, technical textiles such as Kvadrat wool blend and Dinamica suedecloth, as well as a Eucalyptus Textile and Ultrafabrics use recycled plastics and natural materials. The Evoque also comes with new technologies like the optional twin touchscreen, InControl Touch Pro Duo infotainment system, featuring new, faster software, 16-way seat controls, and cabin air ionization. The new architecture has been developed to support electrification, with a 48-volt mild-hybrid powertrain available at launch, alongside a traditional four-cylinder gasoline engine. The 1.5-litre Ingenium engine churns out 197 bhp and develops a peak torque of 280 Nm. The mild- hybrid powertrain is a first for the Land Rover brand and works by harvesting energy normally lost during deceleration thanks to the engine-mounted belt- integrated starter generator, storing it in the under-floor battery. At speeds below 17 kmph, the engine is designed to shut off while the driver applies the brakes. When pulling away, the stored energy is redeployed to assist the engine under acceleration. The new Range Rover Evoque is also the first Land Rover model to feature Smart Settings, a system which uses artificial intelligence algorithms to learn the driver's preferences in order to automate comfort and media settings throughout the drive. In addition to seat position, music and climate settings, the Smart Settings system in the Range Rover Evoque can also preselect steering column preferences to maximize comfort.

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