The Range Rover Evoque is a compact and versatile SUV produced in two generations that starting from 2011 replaces the Freelander, which will leave the market a few years later. Despite the small size, both generations weigh from 1700 to 1900 kilos depending on the equipment chosen. This is also because the Evoque is a very solid car, and the score of five stars in NCAP crash tests is proof of it. Some design elements such as the fake silver dual exhaust have caused discussion, but the overall design is pleasant, and in 2019 this vehicle receives a substantial upgrade by introducing the 2nd gen. In 2015, even a Cabriolet version arrives. The Evoque is highly customizable thanks to the great variety of options available. This mini SUV Coupe, unlike some rivals, is also suitable for off-roading thanks to comfortable ground adaptation technologies such as “Terrain Response”. Only in the 2nd gen, it is possible to see the underbody of the car to verify that there is no contact with the ground; this technology has the name of “Clearside”. All the engines in the range are adequately performing; on the 2nd gen., it is also possible to opt for a hybrid engine. The prices of the Evoque are generally higher than those of competitors (Audi Q3, Mercedes GLA, BMW X1, Lexus UX…).

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🏎 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque
📍 United Kingdom
🛠 2.0 Td4 380NM 150HP
💨 10,5 seconds
🔝 201km/h
💶 40.500€ in Europe
💵 42.700$ in the United States
Our votes:
⭐⭐⭐⭐️ (4/5) for the 1st gen.
⭐⭐⭐⭐️ (4/5) for the 2nd gen.