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Land Rover Range Rover Evoque

Land Rover Range Rover Evoque (United Kingdom, 2011-present)

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The Range Rover Evoque made its first global public appearance at the 2010 Paris Motor Show. The smaller and greener compact SUV from Land Rover kicks-off in the summer of 2011.

Based on the Land Rover LRX concept car, the Evoque is a more compact vehicle and the lightest and most fuel-efficient Range Rover. The car delivers CO2 emissions of 130 g/km and fuel economy of 58 mpg in the combined cycle.

The use of lightweight construction techniques, the addition of a front-wheel drive variant as well as a range of petrol and diesel engines which come with direct injection and stop-start contributed to enhance efficiency. The Evoque also features low CO2 systems such as Electric Power-Assisted Steering (EPAS) and is built to maximise end of life recyclability.

The Evoque is the first Range Rover to offer a choice to customers between a full-time four-wheel-drive system and a low carbon, front-wheel-drive option. While the first delivers the best performance and traction on all surfaces the second further enhances fuel economy.

As for the engines customers can choose between two updated 2.2-litre turbodiesel derivatives, with 190PS or 150PS, and a 240PS, 2.0-litre Si4 petrol engine. The last one combines direct fuel injection, turbocharging and twin variable valve timing for good driveability and fuel efficiency.
 



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