New Evoque Breaks Cover
January 10, 2013 10:39 AM  |  Posted By: LRMRichS
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We’ve been given our first look at the 13 model year Evoque, sort of. The Sicilian Yellow Limited Edition model is based on the 2013 Evoque Dynamic derivative, although the Sicilian sports a number of truly unique features.

Whether or not you love or hate the Evoque, there’s no denying the runaway success of Land Rover’s latest model. The Range Rover Evoque has asserted itself as Land Rover’s most desirable new model, selling in excess of 100,000 vehicles in its first full year with sales continuing to show rapid growth worldwide.

The new model will make its debut at the Brussels Motor Show on 10 January. Available in coupé and 5-door, customers can choose from two exterior colour schemes, each one unique to the Limited Edition model and based on a new Black Design Pack. Choices include a Sicilian Yellow exterior body finish with a Santorini Black contrast roof, or a Santorini Black exterior body finish with a Sicilian Yellow contrast roof and door mirrors. Unique interior finishes include yellow contrast stitching on seats, central storage area, door trims and fascia mid-section, plus an anodised yellow horizontal finisher.

This limited edition model debuts the Black Design Pack which will be available independently of the Limited Edition from April 2013. The Black Design Pack will be available exclusively on Dynamic models and includes rear sport spoiler, darkened front headlights and fog lamps, black Range Rover lettering, clear rear lamps, 20-inch Gloss Black forged wheels, Santorini Black painted bumper sections and dark exhaust finishers.

In the UK the Range Rover Evoque is powered by three different powertrain options. Land Rover's lightweight 2.2 litre diesel engine, in SD4 190PS guise, combined with either a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic gearbox and four-wheel drive. The two-wheel drive eD4 is powered by the 150PS TD4 version of the engine combined with a six-speed manual gearbox and produces just 129g/km CO2. The Si4 petrol engine delivers 240PS and is combined with a 6-speed automatic transmission and four-wheel drive.



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