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Well the Range Rover Evoque was the fresh model or out of box SUV model, when it came a decade ago. It is one of the affordable models of Range Rover. Now Land Rover has introduced the second-generation 2020 Range Rover Evoque. Altogether there are six different trims to choose from, and there’s a $995 destination fee to add to the price of the new Evoque. Now the pricing, the price starting at $42,650 for the basic S trim with the 246-horsepower engine, and ranging up to $56,850 for the top First Edition model. With the 300-hp, mild hybrid version, pricing starts at $46,600 for the R-Dynamic S trim, and rises to $55,800 for the top R-Dynamic HSE trim.

2020 Range Rover Evoque is equipped with a terrain management system. And this features the new SUV’s response to off-road conditions such as rocks, sand and mud.

2020 Range Rover Evoque

Exterior and Interior

Well from outside the new Evoque look alike the first generation Evoque. Yet there are delicate differences that make later one is more aggressive and, simply put, sexier than the outgoing model. Talking about changes in exterior, the 2020 Range Rover Evoque is with a sleek new front-end design inspired by the bigger Velar. One of the noticeable features is the truly panoramic sunroof. The optional glass roof covers the front and rear seats.

The new model has a two-screen center stack called InControl Touch Pro Duo in Land Rover-speak. Besides that, the control of vehicle are placed on the 10-inch lower screen, controlled by touch-points on the screen and a pair of innovative dials that change function based on the screen selection. For instance, you can select the tab for all-wheel drive (AWD) drive modes and use a dial to select the right AWD presets for conditions.

It I also equipped with The Meridian audio system, and the infotainment is touch-based and easy to use. The new Evoque has Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are both supported, and being of the latest generation.

The Power

New Evoque comes with a nine-speed automatic transmission, and one of two AWD systems. The 2020 Range Evoque has turbocharged, 2.0-liter four-cylinder that powers the base Evoque makes 246 horsepower and 269 pound-feet of torque.  On the other hand, the hybrid system only gets the Evoque going from a stop. It shuts off above 11 mph, while the extra horsepower and torque on this version come from the turbo four.

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