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New Range Rover Evoque 2019 REVEALED – Price, specs, pictures and release date


Range Rover Evoque 2019 has been revealed in the UK along with its full price, specs and release date.

The second generation car debuted tonight at an event in revealing the car’s updated design and specs. 

Gerry McGovern, Land Rover Chief Design Officer, said: “When Range Rover Evoque made its debut back in 2010, it transformed the world of compact SUVs and the new model is set to continue that remarkable journey. 

“This characterful vehicle combines refinement and fun to create that all important emotional reaction that will turn heads and make people smile.”

It retains its coupe-like silhouette and fast roofline and rising waist and has muscular shoulders and wheel arches which house the large 21-inch alloy wheels. 

The car also gains super-slim Matrix LED headlamps and strong bladed air intakes which are reminiscent of the Velar in certain specs. 

It also gains the flush door handles seen on the Velar and sweeping uninterrupted curves across which are dissected by a black accent. 

There is also a striking black accent across the back of the rear housing the lights and a few other accents across the bottom.

New Range Rover Evoque 2019

New Range Rover Evoque 2019 (Image: LAND ROVER)

New Range Rover Evoque 2019

New Range Rover Evoque 2019 (Image: LAND ROVER)

New Range Rover Evoque 2019

New Range Rover Evoque 2019 (Image: LAND ROVER)

New Range Rover Evoque 2019

New Range Rover Evoque 2019 (Image: LAND ROVER)

There are also two striking new colours Seoul Pearl Silver and Nolita Grey with the later being a metallic finish with burnished copper accents.

Range Rover has nailed the styling, making it look sportier and it is expected that the compact SUV will be a hit with customers. 

But the exterior pales in comparison to what is happening inside the cabin. 

Following on from the new interior style introduced on the which sees multiple screens fitted into the dashboard and centre console, Land Rover has taken it up another level. 

The stunning uncluttered dashboard features a thin touchscreen which sits flush with the dash until it is in use and then it moves forwards.

New Range Rover Evoque 2019

New Range Rover Evoque 2019 (Image: LAND ROVER)

New Range Rover Evoque 2019

New Range Rover Evoque 2019 (Image: LAND ROVER)

The bright Touch Pro Duo infotainment system is a clear focal point and a nice clean bit of design as is the screen below which displays climate control information and seat actions but features chunky dials to operate.

The 10-inch screen also comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and there is a 4G WiFi hotspot (for up to eight devices) and six USB slots located throughout the cabin.

Some other cool tech features include the introduction of the world-first Ground View technology which makes the bonnet invisible.

This is useful when off-roading so drivers can see everything coming up and potentially avoid becoming stuck. 

There is also the ‘ClearSight’ smart rear-view mirror which can help out if you have a full load obscuring the rear window.

New Range Rover Evoque 2019

New Range Rover Evoque 2019 (Image: LAND ROVER)

New Range Rover Evoque 2019

New Range Rover Evoque 2019 (Image: LAND ROVER)

From the click of a button, the mirror displays a picture from a camera mounted above the rear window to offer visibility even if the mirror is obstructed. 

The centre console can also hold carry bags, umbrellas and tablets – with twin sliding armrests, doors that can now hold large 1.5-litre water bottles. 

The luggage space is 10 per cent larger (591 litres) as well as much wider, with space increasing to 1,383 litres when the flexible 40:20:40 second-row seats are folded.

There are also two new colour interior combinations – Cloud and Deep Garnet.

Due to a longer wheelbase there is also more rear leg and knee room and more food space for occupants in the rear. Land Rover has also made things such as recycled and sustainable interior materials an option. 

New Range Rover Evoque 2019

New Range Rover Evoque 2019 (Image: LAND ROVER)

New Range Rover Evoque 2019

New Range Rover Evoque 2019 (Image: LAND ROVER)

The idea of sustainability has also been a conscious thought in the overall manufacturing of the car, with the firm saying it reduced the CO2 it takes to build each car by 38 per cent compared to 2007. 

From launch, it will also be available with a 48-volt mild-hybrid electric vehicle powertrain which harvests energy that is usually wasted when braking and accelerating and stores it in a battery under the floor. 

At speeds below 17km/h (11mph), while under braking, the engine will shut off to minimise emissions.

This technology combines to reduce fuel consumption and tailpipe emissions, now as low as 50.4mpg (5.6l/100km) and CO2 emissions of 149g/km. 

New Range Rover Evoque 2019

New Range Rover Evoque 2019 (Image: LAND ROVER)

New Range Rover Evoque 2019

New Range Rover Evoque 2019 (Image: LAND ROVER)

Customers can also choose between six Ingenium four-cylinder powertrains, with three petrol and diesel variants, respectively. 

The most efficient of these is the 150PS diesel (FWD) with emissions of 143g/km (NEDC Equivalent) and 5.4l/100km (52.3mpg) while, at the other end of the performance scale, there is a 300PS AWD petrol model with 400Nm of torque, emissions of 186g/km (NEDC Equivalent) and 8.1l/100km (34.4mpg).

This latest Evoque is also said to be a more capable off-road and is tougher than before. 

It is built on the new SUV Premium Transverse Architecture which is designed for hybrid-electric power integration. 

The car is 13 per cent stiffer than its predecessor and has rigidity-mounted subframes which reduce noise and vibration intrusion into the cabin.

New Range Rover Evoque 2019

New Range Rover Evoque 2019 (Image: LAND ROVER)

Adaptive Dynamics combines intelligent sensors and continuously variable suspension dampers that monitor road conditions every 100 milliseconds. 

It constantly adjusts the dampers to ensure a comfortable ride and more control, regardless of the terrain. 

The new Active Driveline electronic torque vectoring has been introduced to the Evoque which balances the distribution of engine torque across the front and rear axles to give better grip and control.

There are four driving models – Comfort, Sand, Grass-Gravel-Snow, and Mud & Ruts – which changes the engine response to improve performance.

The car also has a ground clearance of 212mm and a 600mm wading depth which means it despite its slick and luxury design it should be a competent off-roader. 

New Range Rover Evoque 2019

New Range Rover Evoque 2019 (Image: LAND ROVER)

Active safety features Adaptive Cruise Control with Steering Assist, Lane Keep Assist, Emergency Braking and Driver Condition Monitor are all available to keep occupants safe.

Rawdon Glover, Managing Director, Jaguar Land Rover UK said: “The Range Rover Evoque has been a phenomenal UK success over the past seven years.

It’s proven very popular with customers from a broad range of segments with more than 60% of them being new to the Land Rover marque.

“With a fifth of global retails being in the UK, I am extremely confident this will be a great second album taking Evoque to a new level of refinement, luxury and sustainability while preserving all the charm of the first model which defined the compact SUV market back in 2011.”

The car is available to order now.

New Range Rover Evoque 2019

New Range Rover Evoque 2019 (Image: LAND ROVER)

Price for the all-new Range Rover Evoque 2019

D150 150HP DIESEL FWD MANUAL – £31,600

D150 150HP DIESEL AWD AUTOMATIC – £35,100

D180 180HP DIESEL AWD AUTOMATIC – £35,850

D240 240HP DIESEL AWD AUTOMATIC – £38,600

P200 200HP PETROL AWD AUTOMATIC – £35,950

P250 249HP PETROL AWD AUTOMATIC – £37,150

P300 300HP PETROL AWD AUTOMATIC – £40,350



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