Refining the winning formula
The new Range Rover Evoque has all the style of its predecessor, with updated tech and an improved engine, writes Dave Humphreys
When Land Rover launched the Range Rover Evoque in 2011, it went on to become the fast-selling model in the company’s history. Its size and style were an instant hit with buyers. It’s understandable then why Land Rover isn’t keen on tampering too much with a successful formula.
But despite appearances, the new car tested here is claimed to be 99.9 per cent new – only the door hinges are...
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