The most successful products for the Land Rover in recent years is a 2018 Range Rover Evoque. Evoque has have a extraordinary entry in the SUV world. The 2018 model, supposed to be the last of its type to enter the market. Also, the new 2018 Range Rover Evoque is special on account of the introduction of 7 seating capacity. It would be available in three variants which will have further sub-models called Pure, SE, SE Dynamic, HSE and HSE Dynamic.
Interior and Exterior of Evoque
Just like its predecessors, the 2018 Range Rover Evoque looks award winning in terms of its appearance. The interior will be comfortable and modern with five doors in the cab. The front of this model, like other Range Rover cars, looks strong and sturdy to handle the toughest scenarios. This convertible model possesses the same body structure as other models of Evoque with a roof folding cleanly into the space behind the back seats. An option for panoramic rooftops will also be available in the standard and coupe models. The outside of the car has puddle lamps illuminating the ground and a Range Rover logo. Head and tail lights consist of efficient LED illumination system. The 2018 Evoque model is supposed to have a length, height and width of about 4370 mm, 1621 mm and 1980 mm respectively. It is also possible to wade in the water at a depth of 500 mm.
Engine and Fuel Efficiency
Range Rover Evoque is gradually rolling out its new range of inhouse petrol and diesel engines – and the 2018 model year Discovery Sport and Range Rover Evoque ranges are the next to benefit.
The big-selling off-roader pair – Land Rover’s most popular car ranges globally – are getting the latest high-power four-cylinder turbocharged petrol engines, badged Si4 and offering 237bhp or 286bhp.
The latter is the most powerful engine offered in either Land Rover, promising 0-60mph in a hot-hatch-beating 6.0sec and a top speed of 144mph.
The 2018 model year Range Rover Evoque (below) range looks like this:
|Engine||Capacity||Power (hp)||Torque||CO2 (g/km)|
|Ingenium Petrol: Si4 240 auto||2.0-litre||240||251lb ft||165|
|Ingenium Petrol: Si4 290 auto||2.0-litre||290||295lb ft||173|
|Ingenium Diesel: eD4 150 auto||2.0-litre||150||280lb ft||109/113|
|Ingenium Diesel: TD4 180 auto||2.0-litre||180||317lb ft||129/134|
|Ingenium Diesel: SD4 240 auto||2.0-litre||240||369lb ft||153|
Release Date and Price
We’re not expecting the seven-seat Evoque to emerge until early 2018. Entry-level models could cost approximately $ 55.000,00 while top-of-the-range versions could set you back as much as $75,000.00.