The 2012 Range Rover Evoque is a luxurious and striking SUV with off-road chops and good-quality, if not cutting-edge, cabin tech.
The Range Rover Evoque -- it certainly does.
Land Rover's newest luxury SUV comes in at the smaller end of the model lineup. Built more for asphalt than rock crawling, its high-tech engine gives it solid power and good fuel economy.
What the Murano Cross Cab can do, the Evoque can do better. But what is that?
The smallest Land Rover yet.
The Evoque was designed to reduce Land Rover's overall carbon footprint, and hence is the smallest Land Rover model ever. Although powered by a four-cylinder engine, the Evoque gets all of Land Rover's off-road tech, along with serious luxury cabin tech.
Land Rover debuts a convertible variant of the Range Rover Evoque at the Geneva Auto Show. Fortunately, it's only a concept.
Following up on its unveiling of the Evoque coupe at the 2010 Paris Motor Show, Land Rover took the cover off a five-door Evoque at the Los Angeles Auto Show. This new Evoque is still a small SUV, but offers more convenient access and interior space.
The new Range Rover Evoque is a fine-looking small SUV that seems to have some real off-road chops, but its cabin electronics barely keep it above water in the competitive luxury set.
Land Rover has pulled the wraps off of its newest model, a luxury, compact SUV dubbed the Range Rover Evoque.