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The British carmaker has introduced the slim LED head and tail lights on the new Evoque, which add to the sportiness of the SUV. This sporty character is further accentuated with the flush door handles, amplified shoulder lines and wheel arches.
Moving to the inside, the new Range Rover Evoque comes with a host of additional features and equipment. Some of them include optional twin-touchscreen infotainment system, faster software, 16-way seat controls and cabin air ionisation.
The new Evoque also comes with a number of premium interior options. This includes alternatives to the premium leather such as Kvadrat wool blend and Dinamica Suede-Cloth. The Evoque also offers interiors made up of a mix of recycles plastics and natural materials.
Apart from this, the new Range Rover Evoque also features an uncluttered cabin with simple and clean lines, similar to that seen on the Velar.
Other equipment available on the new Range Rover Evoque: Driveline Disconnect, second-generation Active Driveline, Adaptive Dynamic Feature, All-Terrain Response System, ClearSight Rear View Mirror, ClearSight Ground View and other smart settings.
The ‘ClearSight Ground View' feature on the new Evoque is a first for any Land Rover product. This feature allows the driver to virtually see under the hood and the front-end of the car with a clear 180-degree projection.
The Smart Setting, on the other hand, is an artificial intelligence algorithm system to learn the driver's preferences in terms of climate and media settings. The Smart Settings also preset the driver seats and the steering column for optimised comfort.
The new Range Rover Evoque is part of the company's new platform, mixed-metal Premium Transverse Architecture. The new platform provides the Evoque with better space on the inside while retaining the same dimensions as the current generation model.
The new architecture has also been designed to support electrification. The new Range Rover Evoque, along with the traditional IC engine also features a 48-volt mild hybrid technology (a first for the Land Rover brand).
The mild-hybrid tech stores the energy released during the car's deceleration to store it in the under-floor batteries. The energy is transferred through the engine-mounted belt-integrated starter generator.
The engine is also designed in a way that it shuts off, at speed below 17km/h. However, when pulling away, the stored energy is deployed to assist the engine for more acceleration. The engine in question is a 1.5-litre four-cylinder Ingenium petrol unit churning out 197bhp and 280Nm of peak torque.
Thoughts On The New 2020 Range Rover Evoque
The New Range Rover Evoque comes with a number of design updates, to both the exterior and interiors. The New Evoque also comes with a host of additional features and equipment, including some firsts from the brand.
The price of the new Range Rover Evoque in the UK starts at GBP 31,600 and goes all the way till GBP 40,350. We can expect a launch of the new Evoque sometime late 2019 or early 2020.