"With the dramatic increase in the beltline, muscular shoulder running the length of the car, sharp and clear to the floating roofline, Evoque adaptation of a very dynamic profile with a powerful stance and sports."
Land Rover is keen to promote sustainability of the latest cars - Evoque will be the first front wheel drive with Land Rover to reduce CO2 emissions is provided.
It's a wide range of turbocharged, four-cylinder gasoline and diesel engines to use. New, 240bhp, 2.0-liter gasoline engine claims to combine Si4 performance and refinement of a six-cylinder engine with four-cylinder fuel economy. There will be derived from two 2.2-liter diesel, or delivering 150bhp 189bhp. Downgrade is claimed to offer up to 61mpg, with sub-135g/km of CO2.
All diesel engines with manual transmission feature stops the system starts to produce more greenhouse gases to reduce while the updated six-speed automatic transmission with gasoline and diesel engines are presented.
Inside, Evoque features the same high quality materials as the larger range rovers. Customers will be able to determine addition luxury fitments, including a leather cover, while the authentic metal finishes provide a significant contrast.
All new Profile chassis delivers a dynamic and agile handling on all terrains. Drivers who enjoy daring road will be glad to hear that Land Rover has its roots does not pass - Evoque to significantly better breakover angle, angle of approach and departure angles of the other premium compact SUVs are.
Doctor Ralf Speth, CEO, Jaguar Land Rover, said: "Evoque helps to define a new section for premium compact SUVs more athletic and stylish it makes a strong statement about the future direction of range names Rover brand and will have strong emotional appeal to a very wide range of premium car buyers. "
Phil Popham, Land Rover managing director, said: "The groundbreaking, all new Evoque takes brand into exciting new territory of contemporary and very relevant, Evoque new group of customers who may be considered a revised range. Rover before. "
Speth doctor continued: "This vehicle has been, and engineering design will be built in England, can create over 1,000 jobs at Halewood plant in Merseyside we increase employment, even with the fact that over 80 percent of Range Rover Evoque planned production for export, will be great support for the UK economy.
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