New Range Rover Evoque tested at the NurburgringOctober 12, 2018
The design of the New Range Rover Evoque get the features of Velar and the changes that have previously been tested on the updated Range Rover and Range Rover Sport
The crossover Range Rover Evoque second generation noticed on the tests at the Nurburgring. Spy photos of new items posted edition Motor1. In the pictures, the car is hidden under camouflage, but now we can say that the car will grow a little in size.
The design of the crossover will get the features of Velar and the changes that were previously tested on the updated Range Rover and Range Rover Sport. Under the camouflage you can see large air intakes and new headlights. Also, the machine will receive a retractable door handle in the style of Velar. Inside, new items will install a digital dashboard.
The car will be built on an updated version of the D8 architecture. The new Evoque will be equipped with a front-wheel drive system, an all-wheel drive version will also be available as an option. Clients will also be offered a hybrid version of the machine. The structure of the power plant of the crossover will enter the new 1.5-liter three-cylinder petrol turbo engine. The new unit will be paired with an electric motor. The composition of the power plant will also include a 48-volt electrical architecture.
Most likely, the second generation crossover will not be produced in the three-door version. Thus, Land Rover will produce a model only in versions with a five-door body and a convertible. Production of new items should begin next year. The exact date of the premiere of the car is not called.