The 2020 Land Rover Evoque may look very similar to its predecessor, but it's all-new underneath.

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The new Evoque rides atop a next-generation chassis that's 13 percent stiffer than before.

Dimensionally, the new model is very similar to its predecessor, though it does ride on a slightly longer wheelbase.

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The Evoque's face is familiar, yet different than before. It now features standard LED headlamps.

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The Evoque's stubby rear end features a narrow rear window bookended by thick pillars -- great for style, less so for visibility.

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The new Evoque's on-road manners are much improved, with better ride quality.

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The Evoque can now wade water up to 23.6 inches deep without issue. This is... less.

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The Evoque's minimalist vibe continues in the cabin, which has much less switchgear than before.

Instead, InControl Touch Pro Duo infotainment features two touchscreens and a pair of multifunction jog dials.

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Fit, finish and cabin material choice is excellent.

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You don't get to see blue leather very often these days. 

Pity.

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Rear seats are slightly roomier than before, but are still tight.

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Available wheels now stretch up to 21 inches(!).

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Slit-like headlamps borrow stylistically from the Evoque's Velar big brother.

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Bronze-finish trim is a trendy and unique option.

It'll be interesting to see how well this finish wears over time, however, both physically and fashionably.

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A new integral link rear suspension and revised front struts improve handling on winding roads. 

The Evoque's standard all-wheel drive system features torque vectoring across the rear axle, as well.

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Clearsight Ground View stitches together multiple camera feeds to show what's directly under the vehicle.

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Yes, this actually happened. No, it was not a wrong turn.

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It's right around this point when I admitted to my co-driver that I have a fear of heights.

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*Insert obligatory "Handles like it's on rails" cliche here.*

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