The British car maker has uncovered the full picture on the production version 2012 Range Rover Evoque which will be seen in the flesh at the 2010 Paris Motor Show.
With an aggressive looking exterior design the new Range Rover Evoque CUV is a luxurious cross-coupe that will be offered in four wheel drive and front wheel drive versions, and which promises incredible CO2 emissions levels of below 130 g/Km.
The Range Rover Evoque engine lineup will includes two 2.2-litre turbodiesel units producing 150 PS or 190 PS and a 2.0-litre Si4 petrol engine developing 240 PS which combines direct fuel injection with turbocharging and variable valve timing.
The Range Rover Evoque Si4 is able to sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 7.1 seconds.
Mentioning some of the features at the interior, the Range Rover Evoque comes with premium leather seats, a full-size glass roof, a dual-view touch-screen display that serves as the car’s control system, Bluetooth plus a premium 825W Meridian sound system with 17 speakers.
The Range Rover Evoque price will start at 30,000 GBP.
Land Rover press release :
    *  Luxurious cross-coupé design with a compact footprint
    *  Attracts new customers to the Range Rover brand
    * Bold exterior evolves Range Rover design language
    * Class-leading sustainability: sub 130g/km* CO2 with 58mpg* combined fuel economy
    * Four-wheel-drive and front-wheel-drive versions available
    * Premium cabin offers full-sized glass panoramic roof that floods the interior with natural light
    * Dynamic and agile handling across all terrains, aided by Adaptive Dynamics featuring MagneRide™
    * Class-leading all-surface capability with Land Rover Terrain Response™
    * InnovativeRange Rover technologies, including dual-view display for 8-inch touch-screen and Surround Camera System
    * Sold in 160 countries worldwide, with deliveries from summer 2011
    * Indicative pricing starting from £30,000

Land Rover, Gaydon, Warwickshire, 22 September 2010– The all-new Range Rover Evoque will make its global public debut at the 2010 Paris Motor Show on the 30th September 2010.
The Range Rover Evoque brings the acclaimed Land Rover’s LRX concept
car into production reality, faithfully capturing the original design of
this landmark cross-coupé concept.  
In keeping with the ethos of Range Rover, the Evoque delivers premium
levels of craftsmanship, luxury, performance and renowned Land Rover
all-terrain capability into a shrink-wrapped more compact package.
“These are exciting times for our business,” said CEO Dr Ralf Speth.
“Not only will the Range Rover Evoque increase our worldwide market
share, it helps to define a new segment for premium compact SUVs that
are more sporting and stylish."
Sustainability
Offering CO2 emissions sub 130g/km* and fuel economy of
58mpg* combined, the Evoque is the lightest, most fuel-efficient Range
Rover ever and a strong demonstration of the marque’s commitment to
environmental sustainability.
“This is a highly relevant and contemporary vehicle that will suit
the modern needs of our customers,” said Land Rover’s managing director
Phil Popham. “The Range Rover Evoque will appeal to a new group of
customers who may not have considered a Range Rover before.”
Lightweight construction techniques and the addition of a front-wheel
drive variant ensure optimum efficiency is achieved. The new
state-of-the-art petrol and diesel engines come with direct injection
and stop-start. The Range Rover Evoque also adopts low CO2 systems such as Electric Power-Assisted Steering (EPAS) and is built to maximise end of life recyclability.
Design
The Range Rover Evoque’s dramatic exterior is based directly on the
LRX concept car, which drew worldwide acclaim for its fresh
interpretation of classic Range Rover design cues.
Smart design and meticulous engineering has allowed the LRX concept
to be turned into reality without compromising the core Range Rover
values of luxury, refined performance and all-terrain capability.
“The Evoque marks a bold evolution of Range Rover design. With its
dramatic rising beltline, a muscular shoulder running the length of the
car, and a distinctive taper to the floating roofline, the Range Rover
Evoque adopts a very dynamic profile with a powerful and athletic
stance.” said Land Rover design director, Gerry McGovern.
Interior quality
The Range Rover Evoque’s cabin is lavishly appointed with premium
quality materials and an elegance befitting of a Range Rover interior.
Customers can specify soft, premium leather and beautifully tailored,
twin-needle stitching providing a luxurious finish to almost every
surface of the instrument panel, doors and seats.
A lower driving position offers a more sporting feel but retains
Range Rover’s renowned Command Driving Position. Headroom is generous
compared with traditional sporting saloons, despite the low-profile
coupé roofline.
Dynamics
On the open road, the Range Rover Evoque offers a polished driving
experience that combines dynamic and sporty handling with responsive,
effortless performance and refinement.
Murray Dietsch, director of Land Rover programmes, said: “We’ve tuned
the Range Rover Evoque’s chassis and Electric Power-Assisted Steering
(EPAS) to deliver precise and responsive steering at lower speeds,
making the car nimble and fun to drive.”
This sporting character has not been achieved at the expense of
comfort and refinement.  Adaptive Dynamics uses advanced MagneRide™
dampers to provide a supple, controlled ride. The suspension delivers
even tighter body control, with flatter handling and sharper responses.
Capable off-road
Drivers who take their Range Rover Evoque off-road will be reassured
to know that, in addition to extremely generous ground clearance, the
car has significantly better breakover, approach and departure angles
than other compact SUVs.
The Evoque will be the first Range Rover to offer customers a choice
between a full-time four-wheel-drive system, which delivers outstanding
performance and traction on all surfaces, and an even lower carbon,
front-wheel-drive option for further enhanced fuel economy.
The Range Rover Evoque’s formidable all-terrain potential is enhanced
by the latest version of the company’s signature Terrain ResponseTM system.
Powertrains
The Range Rover Evoque’s turbocharged powertrain line-up offers
smooth and responsive performance, blending four-cylinder efficiency
with six-cylinder refinement and power.
Customers can choose between two advanced 2.2-litre turbodiesel derivatives, with either 190PS or 150PS.
The front-wheel drive Range Rover Evoque with the 150PS 2.2-litre engine achieves 58mpg* and sub 130g/km* CO2. The four-wheel-drive 2.2-litre 150PS delivers 50mpg* and sub 145g/km* CO2.   
A new 240PS, 2.0-litre Si4 petrol engine combines direct fuel
injection, turbocharging and twin variable valve timing for exceptional
driveability and fuel efficiency with a 0-60mph time of 7.1 seconds.
Murray Dietsch, director of Land Rover programmes, said: “These
impressive figures have been achieved by the product development team’s
commitment to delivering a compact and weight-efficient product, with no
compromise on durability and robustness.”
Innovation
The Evoque benefits from the same high-end innovative technologies as
the larger Range Rovers. An intuitive control system and touch-screen
display combines a stylish, uncluttered layout and state-of-the-art
functionality with class-leading ease of use.
The display is available with dual-view technology, so that driver and passenger can view independent content.
Connectivity options include Bluetooth hands-free mobile phone and
audio streaming, plus a range of USB and auxiliary inputs for iPods and
other portable devices.
The Evoque is the first Range Rover to offer breathtaking new sound
systems developed in partnership with the high-end audio specialist
Meridian. The premium Meridian system offers an 825W, 17-speaker system
that delivers the ultimate in surround-sound performance.
Other features available to Range Rover Evoque customers include:

  • Park Assist for automated parallel parking
  • Blind Spot Monitoring system
  • Surround Camera System with five digital cameras, including a reversing system
  • Full dual-zone automatic climate control, featuring a Park Heater timer facility
  • Hard drive navigation system with off-road navigation capability
  • DAB/FM/AM/Cirrus tuners, with hard drive virtual 10xCD multiplayer
  • Digital and Satellite TV, and DVD playback
  • Rear seat entertainment package, with 8-inch video screens, digital wireless
    headphones and touch screen remote control
  • Keyless entry system and powered tailgate
  • Adaptive headlamps with auto headlamp dipping
  • Heated windscreen, front seats and steering wheel
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Three design themes
The Range Rover Evoque offers customers more choice with three main
vehicle design themes, each with its own distinctive character, exterior
treatment and carefully co-ordinated interior package.
‘Pure’ combines the stunning concept-car exterior with a stylish,
clean interior in neutral colours. Soft-touch wrapped materials on the
major surfaces contrast with the metal brushed aluminium trim. 
‘Prestige’ is the ultimate in Range Rover luxury, combining a bespoke
exterior that includes unique, 19-inch wheels and sparkling metallic
details with an interior that is almost entirely leather-wrapped.
‘Dynamic’ brings a bolder exterior with 20-inch wheels and unique
bumpers, sills, grille and tailpipes for a more assertive, confident
stance. Contrasting roof and spoiler colours are available, while the
premium sports interior offers sports seats with splashes of bright
contrast colour. 
The Range Rover Evoque will be manufactured at Land Rover’s multi
award-winning Halewood plant in Merseyside, UK. The car will go on sale
in more than 160 markets worldwide from summer 2011. Prices will start
from £30,000 in the UK.

Source: Land Rover