The Range Rover Evoque has been sold in almost 600,000 units, from 2011 until today and it is undoubtedly a model that brought many profits to Range Rover. Today, six years after the car’s official debut, Range Rover is going to renew the Evoque, in appearance.
The car is expected to borrow design elements, such as the front lights and the mask from the Velar. Beyond that, it will retain the familiar D8 platform of the British company, with the difference compared with the current generation, being that it will be wider by about 20 mm, so that the passengers can have more space.
It will be available with the familiar family of Ingenium 4-cylinder engines, with the most powerful being a 2.0-liter gasoline engine producing 300 hp. According to rumors, the current Range Rover Evoque will continue to be sold in individual markets until early fall of 2018, when its next generation will be revealed.