Range Rover confirmed that it will launch the Range Rover Evoque Convertible in 2016. This was one of the worst kept secrets of the company.
The company, along with the announcement, also issued the first official photographs of the baby SUV being driven in tunnels, under the streets of London.
Selling its products in places with warm climates like America and the Middle East, Land Rover persists that there is demand for convertibles.
Although there are no confirmed details about the convertible Evoque, pictures show that it is a four seater with a soft top. The new Range Rover Evoque will be built in its factory in Halewood, UK from 2016.
The facelifted regular Range Rover Evoque will be displayed during the Geneva Motor show.
If anybody is wondering why such a vehicle is being tested in tunnels under the street, well, Land Rover felt it was a unique opportunity to explore the vehicle's all-terrain ability in unchartered territory, according to Murray Dietsch, the Director of Land Rover programmes.