The Range Rover Evoque is the crossover for fancy folks who want to bathe in luxury while remaining under the radar. What do you need to know before you buy an Evoque? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
Wondering if Land Rover will shill the Evoque convertible as an actual off-roader? Let yourself be baptized in the muddy puddle this hellbaby can solider through and realize; yes.
Land Rover just launched their Chinese-built Evoque at the Guangzhou Auto Show, while a few feet away, copycat LandWind X7 offered the same design at quarter of the price. AWKWARD.
But rather its Chinese cousin, the Landwind X7! I guess they won't be selling it outside the People's Republic...
I'm sure the engineers at Land Rover's Solihull HQ are simply overcome with "flattery" over being ripped off so hard by the Chinese Land Wind E32— a dead ringer for the Range Rover Evoque, down to the font on the tailgate.
Apparently February 24th was "National Popcorn Day," and the Utah Jazz NBA team took it upon themselves to celebrate by filling rookie player Rudy Gobert's Range Rover Evoque with a Costco shipment's worth of popped corn kernels.
Up until now, I never totally understood Land Rover's need to call top-trim Range Rovers "Autobiography." What does a super-stretched and expensive Range Rover have to do with me? But now I think I'd like the Range Rover Evoque Autobiography Dynamic, a hot version of their littlest 'ute, a lot.
Range Rover debuted a 'Christmas Edition" Evoque in China, a country that does not celebrate Christmas. 700 will be available across the country, reports Autohome.com.cn, for 668,000 yuan ($109,644).
Today Land Rover announced it's plan to spoil some English kids rotten by giving them the chance to pilot new Evoques around an off-road course. Sure it might be a scheme to brand-brainwash people as young as age 11, but it's also a dream come true for pre-licensed gearheads.
Do you want a car with a nice interior and a nice view that doesn't make you look like an asshole? Buy this Evoque. It won't be cheap.
Remember how James May tested the Range Rover against a driverless truck and found the Rangie could monster off road driving with hardly a scratch? That's not exactly how it happened.
The modern SUV needs a closed roof to keep the kids cozy on the way to soccer practice, but the segment has its roots in open-topped Jeeps, Toyotas and Land Rovers. The British brand's new Estoque Convertible returns to this convertibility, but for a completely different purpose.
Sure, the North American Truck of the Year award is a complete joke, but in case you still care who won either that or car of the year, then here you go. The winners are the Hyundai Elantra and Range Rover Evoque.
Back in October I called the North American Car and Truck of the Year (NACTOY) award — an annual prize presented at the Detroit Auto Show and determined by a 50-person jury littered with jurors relevant only for being a juror — a joke for the laughingly obscene choice of the Mini Countryman as a nominee for "Truck of…
The all-new Range Rover Evoque is a perfect, rare example of a car that's made the long trek from concept to actual product—which speaks volumes of its staying power and innovative design. Even better, the Range Rover Evoque is completely customizable, so no matter what you need, you get the car you want.
The $65 million wall-less parking garage in Miami doesn't just host weddings, it also hosted the awesome wire-frame Range Rover Evoque statue at last year's Art Basel. More photos below.