Land Rover has given another update to the Evoque and this time it comes with some additional tech and two new variants on offer.
Land Rover had given its highest selling product, the Range Rover Evoque a mid-life facelift last year. The British automaker has now again updated the SUV and this time it comes with more tech and some cosmetic revisions along with a couple of new features. First up, the Evoque now comes with the new InControl Touch Pro infotainment system and it gets a 10.2-inch screen.
The touchscreen also comes with functions like StreetView, Pinch N Zoom function and a customisable home screen. The screen has a resolution of 1280 x 542 which is 80% higher than the screen on the older model. Land Rover now offers a colour palette consisting of 18 colours including a bunch of new shades like Aruba, Farallon Black, Carpathian Grey and Silicon Silver.
The Evoque also comes with a new Graphite Design Pack which includes 20-inch wheels in a Satin Technical Grey shade and a grille with a black/grey colour scheme. The pack also consists of a contrast roof along with matching bonnet and tail gate lettering, smoked front and rear lights and black exhaust tips.
Land Rover is also offering a new Ember edition that comes with the HSE Dynamic trim and it comes with a red-black colour theme. The body comes in the Santorini Black shade while the roof is offered in a red shade. This edition also gets 20-inch satin black alloys. A similar colour scheme is carried forward to the interiors too. The Ember edition will be available in Europe only with the diesel engine and will be offered for a period of 3 months.
2017 Range Rover Evoque
– The Evoque comes with an updated infotainment system now
– It is offered with a few more colour choices
– Two new editions – Ember Edition and Graphite Design Pack