Land Rover has announced local specifications and pricing for the 2020 Range Rover Evoque line-up which now opens at $62,670 plus on-road costs.
As is the norm with Range Rover, the model range is extensive, there are 26 variants across seven grades with six engine options.
Let’s start with said engines, there are three diesel and three petrol options all from the Ingenium family depending on the trim level. The D150 2.0-litre 110kW/380Nm turbo-diesel opens the range, followed by the D180 which is tuned to deliver 132kW and 430Nm. At the top of the diesel tree is the twin-turbo D240 which produces 177kW and 500Nm.
The range of petrol engines opens with the P200 2.0-litre 147kW/320Nm turbocharged petrol, followed by the P250 which ups the outputs to 183kW/365Nm, while the P300 is good for 221kW and 400Nm.
All engines are matched with a nine-speed automatic transmission that sends torque to all four wheels. For additional off-road capability, the brand’s Terrain Response 2 and All-Terrain Progress Control are included as standard.
The range opens with the Evoque S (from $64,640 plus on-roads) which gets 18-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights with manual levelling, leather trim, 10-way electronically-adjustable front seats, dual-zone climate control, a six-speaker sound system and a 10.0-inch infotainment touchscreen with satellite navigation, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
On the safety front autonomous emergency braking, lane keep assist, traffic sign recognition, rear-view camera along with front and rear parking sensors are also standard.
Moving up to the Evoque R-Dynamic S (from $67,610 plus on-roads) adds an R-Dynamic exterior sports pack, an Ebony Morzine headliner, black gearshift paddles, polished metal pedals, chrome tread plates and an upgraded set of 18-inch alloys.
The Evoque SE (from $70,580 plus on-roads) kicks things up a notch with 20-inch alloys, side mirrors with memory, a powered tailgate, LED headlights with auto-levelling, daytime-running lights, 14-way powered front seats, the Touch Pro Duo infotainment system, a digital instrument cluster, rear cross-traffic alert, automatic high-beam assist, park assistant and a Clear Exit Monitor.
The Evoque R-Dynamic SE (from $73,550 plus on-roads) gets the same treatment as the R-Dynamic S but with larger 20-inch alloy wheels.
Climbing up to the Evoque HSE (from $90,220 plus on-roads) adds 20-inch diamond-turned alloys, gesture operated powered tailgate, a cabin with extended leather, Windsor leather trim on the seats, 16-way electronically-adjustable front seats, a premium steering wheel, a ClearSight rear-view mirror, a 10-speaker Meridian sound system, keyless entry, adaptive cruise control and blind-spot assist.
The Evoque R-Dynamic HSE (from $94,100 plus on-roads) features the R-Dynamic styling package with a different set of 20-inch diamond-turned alloys.
The flagship First Edition (from $91,550 plus on-roads) which is generally available for the first year of production brings Matrix LED headlights with signature daytime-running lights, a contrasting black roof, a fixed panoramic sunroof, front fog-lights, rear privacy glass, power washers for the headlights, 14-way powered front seats, an electrically-adjustable steering column, heated steering wheel, illuminated tread plates and a host of First Edition logos.
First Edition buyers can also select from three metallic paints including Yulong White, Seoul Pearl Silver, and the model-exclusive Nolita Grey as a no-cost option.
The order books for the 2020 Evoque range are open now.
2020 Range Rover Evoque pricing (excludes on-road costs):
D150 - $64,640
D180 - $67,040
P200 - $62,670
P250 - $66,840
Evoque R-Dynamic S
D150 - $67,610
D180 - $70,010
P200 - $65,650
P250 - $69,820
D150 - $70,580
D180 - $72,980
D240 - $85,000
P200 - $68,610
P250 - $72,780
P300 - $83,000
Evoque R-Dynamic SE
D150 - $73,550
D180 - $76,090
D240 - $88,870
P200 - $71,590
P250 - $75,840
P300 - $86,870
D240 - $92,220
P300 - $90,230
Evoque R-Dynamic HSE
D240 - 96,090
P300 - $94,100
D180 - $91,550
P250 - $91,300
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