The Evoque, Land Rover's smallest effort yet and the first one to be drag around by the front wheel at least in one version, but it can also had in three or five door variants along with all-wheel drive.
It's based on the current Free Lander, but it looks like a mini Ford Flex for many angles.
It's got nineteens and a low-roof line.
That said it will also be available with all the usual Land Rover off-road tech,
but also adaptive magnetic suspension, a great road-going tech.
The sound system will include an 825-watt rig fro UK's Meridian Audio.
Continuing the car industry's race to partner with an audio company your competitor doesn't have.
The Evoque hits the U.S.
in late 2011 with pricing TBD.
Hybrid version, by the way, is likely, but later in really no one knows when.
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