The new Range Rover Evoque will go on sale later this spring.
Back in November, Land Rover revealed the 2020 Range Rover Evoque at an event in London. While we knew then what it was going to look like, its U.S. debut date and pricing were up for debate. Today, Land Rover announced when the Evoque’s coming and what it’s going to cost.
The 2020 Range Rover Evoque is available across six trim levels. Form the base S, there’s the SE, R-Dynamic S, R-Dynamic SE and the R-Dynamic HSE, as well as a First Edition model that’s only available for the first model year. All trims use the same engine: a 246 horsepower, 2.0-liter turbocharged Ingenium unit shared with the Jaguar E-Pace. However, there’s also a 296 horsepower 48-volt mild hybrid powertrain available. Both engines come mated to a 9-speed ZF automatic transmission.
Pricing starts at $43,695 (including destination) for the base Evoque. Spec up a First Edition model, though, and that price rises north of $57,845. Along with the visual changes, Land Rover also packed plenty of tech into this new model.
The 2020 Range Rover Evoque takes on the large infotainment screens and control layout from its larger Range Rover cousins, and the 2020 model introduces “ClearSight Ground View” technology. The front-mounted camera system gives the driver a view through the hood and under the front end of the car, projecting a 180-degree view of the ground on the top display.
2020 Range Rover Evoque (Photos: Land Rover)
All-wheel drive comes standard on all 2020 Range Rover Evoque models. That said, the car does feature a Driveline Disconnect system, which makes for the most efficient use of the engine’s power. It disconnects the rear wheels in certain conditions to improve fuel economy. As with all other Range Rover models, the Evoque also gets the Terrain Response 2 system.