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Land Rover's new, small SUV fills out the bottom of the company's model lineup, as a more fuel-efficient vehicle that should play to urban buyers.Back to review.
Keeping a traditional Land Rover style up front, the Evoque looks much more like a sport SUV down the sides.Back to review.
The direct-injection turbocharged 2-liter engine, sourced from Ford, gives the Evoque 240 horsepower and 251 pound-feet of torque.Back to review.
The dropping roofline does not seem to adversely affect rear-passenger headroom.Back to review.
The Evoque comes standard with all-wheel drive. A magnetic-ride adaptive suspension is also available.Back to review.
The cargo area is not huge, but it is practical for the Evoque's mission.Back to review.
A huge panoramic sunroof gives a massive view of the sky.Back to review.
Land Rover gave the Evoque a simplified interior, limiting the quantity of switchgear to present an uncluttered design.Back to review.
The Evoque uses an electrically boosted power-steering system.Back to review.
The buttons on the steering wheel get a little excessive, but people in cold climates will appreciate the heated steering wheel.Back to review.
White illuminated elements give the gauges a jeweled effect.Back to review.
The Evoque uses the drive selector dial first seen in Jaguar models. Off-road programs sit in a line below the drive selector.Back to review.
The center display also shows which off-road program has been selected.Back to review.
The Evoque uses a head unit for navigation, stereo, and the phone system that incorporates a hard drive for map storage.Back to review.
The navigation system includes traffic data to help calculate routes.Back to review.
The destination selection buttons are large, making them easy to find while driving.Back to review.
The onscreen keyboard uses predictive text, eliminating letters that could not follow the previous one entered.Back to review.
The Evoque has a full Bluetooth phone system that downloads a paired phone's contact list to the car.Back to review.
The Evoque features HD Radio as well as satellite radio.Back to review.
Bluetooth audio streaming shows full track information for the currently playing song.Back to review.
iPod integration offers the typical options for browsing a music library.Back to review.
The premium Meridian audio system uses three different digital processing technologies.Back to review.
The Meridian system includes 17 speakers and an 825-watt amp.Back to review.
The rearview camera offers a number of options, and has a surround-view function.Back to review.