The next generation Range Rover Evoque will retain its classic design and get new enginesNovember 20, 2018
Range Rover Evoque has become a bestseller for the British company Land Rover, but the car has been in production for many years and needs updates for a long time.
At the moment, the company is completing preparations for the official debut of the second generation of the SUV, which will be held on November 22 in London, and sales of the Evoque should begin no earlier than the second quarter of 2019.
It is reported that Range Rover Evoque will retain the usual classic features of the first generation familiar to us, combining the latest design trends of Velar. In front of the car will receive a thin matrix LED headlights, and in the back a noticeable spoiler, a reworked bumper and lights.
Salon Evoque second generation will be sheathed with higher quality materials, and the front panel will receive a fully digital instrument panel and two 10-inch screen of the new infotainment system with multi-function rotary knobs.
You should also expect a lot of electric assistants to the driver, including a parking system, adaptive cruise control with semi-autonomous capabilities, a lane monitoring system, a traffic sign recognition system, a circular view camera, etc.
Under the hood, in the Range Rover Evoque, built on the same LR-MS platform, some new Jaguar E-Pace engines are expected – a 2-liter 4-cylinder turbocharged petrol unit in various power options up to 296 hp. There will also be available diesel versions of the 2-liter engine with a capacity of 148 hp. up to 237 hp All motors must operate a 9-speed automatic transmission.
In addition, the expected new hybrid power plant, consisting of a 1.5-liter 3-cylinder engine paired with an electric system of 48 kW, and in Europe, the same hybrid system can be equipped with another 2-liter diesel engine.