Land Rover Range Rover Evoque
Land Rover
aka 'Baby' Range Rover
Production 2011 - present
Class Compact Softroader
Body Style 3-door, 4-seat Shooting Brake
5-door, 4-seat SUV
Length 171.3 in (4351 mm)
Width 74.6 in (1894.8 mm)
Height 60.4 in (1534.2 mm, 3-door)
61.58 in (1564.2 mm, 5-door)
Wheelbase 104.7 in (2659.4 mm)
Weight Weight - you get the point
Transmission 8-speed Automatic[1], FWD and AWD
Engine Petrol
2.0 litre turbocharged Si4, DI, VVT Inline-4

2.2 litre turbodiesel Inline-4
2.2 litre turbodiesel Inline-4
Power N/A hp @ N/A rpm
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150 hp @ N/A rpm
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190 hp @ N/A rpm
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Similar BMW X3
Designer Gerry McGovern

The Range Rover Evoque is the upcoming sixth model from Land Rover. The production model was announced on July 1, 2010, and it is Land Rover’s first serious attempt at offering a vehicle designed to address the issue of climate change through the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. A near production concept of the cross-coupe was unveiled at the North American International Auto Show as the Land Rover LRX in January 2008, and production is scheduled to begin in 2011.[2]

On 11 March 2009, the UK Government announced a 27 million grant to be made available to Land Rover for the production of an all-new model. This grant is subject to the conditions that the LRX is manufactured at its Halewood, Liverpool facility. It was confirmed by Land Rover that the new vehicle will be an addition to the Range Rover line-up. Phil Popham, Managing Director of Land Rover said “Our engineering feasibility study has shown that we can very successfully deliver Range Rover levels of quality, drivability and breadth of performance in a more compact, more sustainable, package. Feedback from the most extensive customer research we have ever undertaken also fully supports our belief that a production version of the LRX Concept would further raise the desirability of our brand and absolutely meet all those expectations.”[2]

Earlier in the year it was confirmed by Haldex Traction AB that they will be supplying an all-new four-wheel-drive system to Land Rover for production in 2011.[3] Haldex also produces the centre coupling for the Freelander 2.

Evidence of four-door models has also arisen on the internet with images to support it.

See Autopedia's comprehensive Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Review.

Recent ChangesEdit

  • During the official world debut of the Evoque 3-door at the 2010 Paris Motor Show, Land Rover confirmed and released an image of a 5-door iteration of the new baby Range Rover.[1]

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Tata Group

Tata Motors | Jaguar | Land Rover | Hispano Carrocera SA | Tata Daewoo Commercial Vehicle | Daewoo Bus

Current Models: LR2/Freelander 2 · LR4/Discovery 4 · Range Rover · Range Rover Sport · Defender · Range_e · Range Rover Evoque

Historic Models: Series I, II, and III · 109 Series IIa and III · Range Rover Classic

Concept Cars: Land e · Range Stormer · LRX Concept · Llama


Military Vehicles: 1/2 ton Lightweight · 101 Forward Control · Wolf · SNATCH Land Rover ·

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