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Media post: About the 2020 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque

Many have been anticipating the 2020 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque for some time now. One of the smallest SUV’s on the market the Range Rover Evoque is completely redesigned with an alluring shape and a powerful hybrid option. The Evoque also gets a significant boost in power, cabin technology, and off-road ability as well as a lot more rear-seat legroom and a large cargo bay. In 2020, the Range Rover Evoque adds a new Premium Transverse Architecture which allows it to be quieter and more rigid while allowing for more high-tech features. Also new this year is a Terrain Response2 system, which is an advanced all-wheel-drive system that provides settings for Sand, Grass-Gravel-Snow, and Mud and Ruts. Accord to Land Rover South Dade (Miami, FL), the Evoque can splash through 23-inch-deep water while offering a Wade Sensing feature that employs an ultrasonic sensor that detects water depth.

Buying a base S, SE, or First Edition Evoque will get you a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that provides you with 246 horsepower and a 9-speed automatic transmission. The R-Dynamic trims get a turbocharged 2.0-liter engine with a 48-volt mild-hybrid upgrade and starter-generator hybrid system. The hybrid comes with an Active Torque Vectoring system which allows the Evoque to go 60 mph in 6.3 seconds.

Coming in three models and three trim levels the 2020 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque has a ton of options and features. The base S comes with all-wheel-drive, 18-inch alloy wheels, automatic emergency braking with lane-keep assist, LED headlights and taillights, as well as technological features such as a 10-inch Touch Pro display screen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration as well as a rearview camera. The interior is decked out in leather and includes a 10-way-power drivers’ seat. Higher trim levels include xenon headlights, automatic high beams, keyless entry, memory settings for the front seats, as well as fog lights, a heated steering wheel, and a surround-view parking camera. The Evoque also includes modern-day safety features such as adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring, and a rearview-camera display mirror for when you don’t have a direct view out of the back.

The 2020 Evoque is a lush outside as it is inside with a longer wheelbase and a coupe-like silhouette with a rising side beltline which remains a mainstay of the overall design. This year Evoque also includes narrower LED headlights and flush-mounted side-door handles as well as new wheel designs. An optional feature includes a clearsight rearview mirror with an HD video display screen hooked to the rear-facing camera. This display provides you with up to 50-percent-better rear vision as well as no obstruction for the rear headrests or pillars that would block your view.

When the Range Rover Evoque was conceived, it was an offbeat SUV with a small and sporty design. Fast forward to 2020 and the Evoque is a significant competitor in the market. Coming with a ton of modern-day technological and safety advancements this small SUV can go over pretty much anything including puddle after puddle of standing water, making it the perfect vehicle to drive in potential downpours. Land Rover is sure to continue to be the company to watch during the next fiscal year.

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