New-gen Range Rover Evoque Drops Teaser ahead November Unveiling

by Vivaan Khatri | 15/11/2018
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Debuted back in 2011, Range Rover Evoque has been a huge success for the British brand. After seven years, it is going to evolve with the second generation. What could we expect from this new car? Let’s find out.

The first generation of the Range Rover Evoque is a well-loved car. Even it has been seven years since the birth of the car, the look of Evoque has never gone out of style. It was one a hit and a renovation for the Range Rover, inspired many following models, Land Rover, for example. But seven years have been a quite long time, it is the time to move on to its next life. The second generation of the Evoque is going to be revealed next week, on November 22. Ahead of the official launch, Range Rover has teased the look of the second-gen Evoque in London, showing the wire sculpture in various location.

Range Rover Evoque wire sculptures London city background

Range Rover Evoque wire sculptures are displaced in some locations around London 

From the showcased wire sculpture, we can have a look at the silhouette of the car, however, there is no detail to be revealed at this stage. Luckily, some spy shots have given us clue on how the second-gen Evoque will look like. It seems that the new model is inspired by the design of the Velar. It is likely to feature chunky headlight housing along with the signature mesh grille. At the rear end, the thin taillight unit is high-set.

Range Rover Evoque wire sculptures London street background

The sculpture shows the silhouette of Range Rover Evoque 

Inside the car, the influence of the Velar is recognizable with some same equipment and features, notably, dual touchscreen, digital instrument display. Other advanced driver assistance and comfort features will surely add more luxury to the cabin and the general experience.

At launch, the second-gen Evoque will offer a range of powertrain options, both petrol and diesel. These engines will be paired with a nine-speed automatic gearbox. It is predicted that the hybrid will also make it to the all-new Evoque, but it will not be on offer at launch.

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