The Range Rover has long been one of the major players of the SUV market. It is known for producing much more stylish models as compared to other SUVs, and the company has long been a symbol of quality and reliability. One of the latest models to have been released by Range Rover includes the Range Rover Evoque SUV, which went in to production only recently. The concept of this model was unveiled in January 2008, and production began inJuly of 2011. The latest model of the Range Rover Evoque SUV has been unveiled, and is expected to be available sometime in 2012.
The 2012 Range Rover Evoque SUV is going to feature a 2L 4 cylinder engine on the car, and the base model is expected to be available for somewhere in the $40,000 to $45,000 bracket. The Range Rover Evoque SUV is not made from the standard body on frame design which is used by a large number of vehicles that are designed for use on off road tracks. On the upside, it features the latest in line unibody construction, which significantly improves handling as well as the quality of the ride.
Fuel economy, as stated by the manufacturer itself states that the car will run 47.1 miles on an imperial gallon. The interior of the car is going to feature the same trend as the rest of the Range Rover brand, with the same luxurious designs that you find on other vehicles from Range Rover. The total weight of the vehicle is going to be around 1,670 KG, after advanced weight reduction techniques have been applied to the car. Because of this reason, the Range Rover Evoque SUV is going to be lightest Rnage Rover to ever come off the assembly lines from the company.
Mainly, the 2012 Range Rover Evoque SUV will be available in three trim levels. These include Pure, Prestige as well as Dynamic. The minimalist version, which is also the base model, shall be the 'Pure' one, while people who want luxury can opt for Prestige. The Dynamic package has been designed for people who want performance out of their vehicle. The car comes with an automatic transmission, and includes a lot of different features that were not available in the older model which it is replacing, that is the Land Rover LR2 SUV.