The 2012 Range Rover Evoque is a concept car that you can buy. Sure you can take it on the road, but is it off-road worthy, and can it take on the tough stuff that is the trademark of the Range Rover brand?
We recently had the chance to drive the newest and smallest Range Rover up Whistler Mountain in British Columbia, Canada.
With 240 HP and all-wheel-drive and a all-terrain response system the 2012 Range Rover Evoque certainly has the credentials to go off-road.
But can it get to the top of Whistler Mountain without a chairlift.
In the first drive video review below we had the chance to find out.