2020 Range Rover Evoque Experience - Mid Size Suv

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The 2020 Evoque doesn’t stray far from the formula that made the original model a hit all around the world. It still looks like an Evoque thanks to styling cues like oversized wheel arches, a tall belt line, and a low roof line that slopes toward the rear end. The proportions are more evolutionary than revolutionary, and the dimensions haven’t drastically changed from one generation to the next, but designers infused styling cues from bigger Range Rover Velar into the Evoque’s front and rear ends. It gets its bigger sibling’s super-cool flush door handles, too.

The similarities continue inside; a faster evolution of the Velar’s smart dual-screen infotainment system trickles down to the Evoque’s list of extra-cost options. It’s compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and an over-the-air updating system ensures it’s always current. Upmarket variants receive a digital instrument cluster and a rearview mirror that transforms into a high-resolution screen at the push of a button, a feature which will certainly come in handy considering the sloping roof line likely continues to limit the model’s rear visibility. An in-car 4G Wi-Fi hot spot, capable of supporting up to eight devices, and four USB ports keep the occupants connected on-the-go.

Speaking of the occupants, they’ll actually like riding in the Evoque. Land Rover notes the model boasts more interior room than its predecessor in a similarly sized package thanks in part to a longer wheelbase. Trunk space checks in at 21.5 cubic feet with five passengers on board and 50.5 cubes with the 40/20/40-split rear bench folded flat.

Land Rover will offer the 2020 Evoque with no-cost sustainable alternatives to leather such as Kvadrat and textile made with eucalyptus. In fact, the automaker claims up to 72.8 pounds of each Evoque will consist of natural or sustainable materials. But don’t worry, traditionalists: Land Rover told Digital Trends it will nonetheless continue to offer leather.
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