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The 2020 Land Rover Evoque may look very similar to its predecessor, but it's all-new underneath.
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.
The Evoque's face is familiar, yet different than before. It now features standard LED headlamps.
The Evoque's stubby rear end features a narrow rear window bookended by thick pillars -- great for style, less so for visibility.
The new Evoque's on-road manners are much improved, with better ride quality.
The Evoque can now wade water up to 23.6 inches deep without issue. This is... less.
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.
Fit, finish and cabin material choice is excellent.
You don't get to see blue leather very often these days.
Rear seats are slightly roomier than before, but are still tight.
Available wheels now stretch up to 21 inches(!).
Slit-like headlamps borrow stylistically from the Evoque's Velar big brother.
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.
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.
Yes, this actually happened. No, it was not a wrong turn.
It's right around this point when I admitted to my co-driver that I have a fear of heights.
*Insert obligatory "Handles like it's on rails" cliche here.*