Range Rover Evoque gets a new hybrid engineAugust 26, 2020
The main feature of the power plant is that it is based on a diesel engine. Official prices are already known.
The British automaker Land Rover has presented a new modification of the 2021 Evoque crossover model year. Among the main novelties, we note the presence of a version with a hybrid engine based on a diesel engine, as well as a luxury package called Autobiorgraphy.
The base powerplant is based on a 2.0-liter diesel engine, which is complemented by a 48-volt starter-generator. The total output reaches 163 hp. at 380 Nm of torque. Such a car is equipped with a front-wheel drive system, and the all-wheel drive modification is available only when choosing 8АКПП as a transmission. Customers will also be able to access a “mild” hybrid capable of developing 204 hp. at 430 Nm of torque.
The engine works in tandem with automatic transmission and all-wheel drive, which provides acceleration to 100 km / h in just 7.9 seconds.
Among the technical innovations, we will single out the emergence of a new multimedia system called Pivi Pro, which has a number of undeniable advantages. In particular, its software can be updated “over the air”, conference calls can be displayed on the screen from a smartphone. Separately, we note the support for the Spotify music service and the ability to search for charging stations in hybrid versions.
The new Range Rover Evoque will delight fans of luxury equipment – for them the Autobiography version was created. It features 21-inch wheels, matrix headlights and body badges, and the interior is striking with quilted leather upholstery. The front seats will receive a ventilation function. The UK has already started accepting pre-orders for such a car – the most affordable trim will cost £ 32,100
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