JLR India has unveiled the enhanced Range Rover Evoque in India, starting at Rs 67.90 lakh. Boasting a charismatic and sophisticated character, the New Range Rover Evoque features a reductive design upgraded with cutting-edge technologies and luxurious materials. It is offered in Dynamic SE with two powertrain options: a 2.0L petrol engine with 184 kW and 365 Nm torque, and a 2.0L Ingenium diesel engine with 150 kW and 430 Nm torque.
The latest Range Rover Evoque showcases a refined evolution of its minimalist exterior design, characterized by a coupe-like silhouette, a floating roof, a continuous waistline, and seamlessly integrated deployable door handles. The updated family grille design ensures a cohesive appearance across the Range Rover brand. The exterior aesthetics are further enhanced by the introduction of sleek, super-slim headlamps paired with intricately designed daytime running lights.
The redesigned interior of the Range Rover Evoque effortlessly blends design sophistication with innovation. The uncluttered center console showcases a new tactile gear shifter, and the Pivi Pro infotainment system is now easily accessible through a sleek 28.95 cm (11.4) curved glass touchscreen. Positioned higher and nearer to the driver, it not only enhances convenience but also creates additional storage space. Standard Wireless Device Charging adds to the modern conveniences. The cabin’s appeal is further heightened by a panoramic roof, flooding the interior with natural light.
The color options for the Range Rover Evoque have been expanded to include Tribeca Blue and Corinthian Bronze. For added personalization, clients can opt for a contrasting roof in Narvik Black or Corinthian Bronze, allowing them to showcase their individual style. The exterior aesthetics are elevated with a fresh wheel design featuring a diamond-turned finish.
Completing the lineup are state-of-the-art mild-hybrid electric (MHEV) petrols and diesels. This cutting-edge technology boosts efficiency and responsiveness through a Belt integrated Starter Generator (BiSG), capturing energy typically lost during braking and deceleration. Stored in a 48 V lithium-ion battery beneath the loadspace, this energy is then utilized during acceleration, resulting in a more refined operation of the fuel-saving start-stop system.