2016 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

The Range Rover Evoque has already proven itself to be a massive home run for Land Rover since it landed on the scene back in 2011. The brand plans on keeping things that way as it pulls the curtain back on the 2016 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque.

Thankfully the British auto maker has chosen to keep the aesthetics mostly untouched, improving things subtly with updates like a new bumper outfitted with a larger intakes on each corner, slimline LED fog lights, full LED adaptive headlamp technology, bonnet vents, new spoiler, sleek roof fins and 3 different wheel options. The fully capable off-road machine is still available in both coupe and 5-door format, with diesel and gas-powered versions. Buyers looking at the TD3 diesel-powered options can choose from a 148-horsepower setup or a 178-horsepower powerplant. Gas buyers will be treated with 240 ponies of terrain tackling power. More details will be unveiled when the vehicle is officially revealed at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show.

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