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Range Rover Evoque Owner's Manual

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About The Range Rover Evoque

In 2011 the Jaguar Land Rover launched another spin-off model from the Range Rover brand called the Evoque.

The first was the Sport back in 2005 that used a completely different platform but similar engines.

This Evoque offering again used a different platform and was classed as a subcompact crossover SUV.

Unlike the previous two Range Rovers, this one was not designed to be taken off-road and instead offered an affordable route to owning a piece of the nameplate.

It was created using a modified version of a Ford platform that can also be found under the Mondeo and the Galaxy.

You can purchase the Evoque in a two or four-wheel-drive setup and it is fitted with the company’s Terrain Response system to make the best use of the platform in light offroad situations.

In 2018 a second-generation version of the car was launched that incorporated the new design language that was debuted with the Velar in the previous year.

Inside the new version of the Evoque, you can find a larger updated touchscreen infotainment system and upgraded smooth surfaces.

A new 1.5-liter turbocharged engine was also added to the lineup to help the car sell in China where they tax automobiles based on engine displacement.

You can order that engine either with or without a plug-in hybrid system attached that would allow you to charge the batteries at a mains outlet.

By charging up the batteries fully on the plug-in hybrid version of the Range Rover Evoque you can drive 41 miles on electricity alone.

It now shares its platform with the recently introduced Land Rover Discovery Sport and the Jaguar E-Pace.