Land Rover introduces entry-level Range Rover Evoque Pure in the US

Article by Christian A., on October 4, 2012

For the 2013 Model Year, Land Rover is offering the Range Rover Evoque Pure, a cheaper version of its well-known vehicle that starts at only $41,995 and it is available only on the five-door model. As expected, this model offers less equipment and as a result we have just a aluminium alloy roof that replaces the panoramic laminated glass roof offered as standard on the other Range Rover Evoque models.

Moreover, the Evoque Pure model comes with a new upholstery combination of genuine leather and Dinamica synthetic suede.

Regarding the pricing list for the 2013MY, the Evoque Pure Plus starts at $43,995, the Pure Premium at $48,195, Dynamic at $51,695 and the Prestige at $52,595. The Evoque Coupe Pure Plus starts at $44,995, while the Pure Premium at $49,595 and the Dynamic at $53,095.

All the Range Rover Evoque models are powered by a 2.0-liter direct-injected turbocharged 4-cylinder engine delivering 240 hp and bolted to a 6-speed automatic transmission and a full-time four-wheel drive system.

Other updates for the 2013MY are the Range Rover Park Assist, an optional system that helps the driver make parallel parking easier.

Moreover, the Off-road Navigation3 is new for the 2013MY and offers key off-road information, such as topographic contour lines, latitude, longitude, altitude, trace, waypoint, and compass functions.

When designing the new Land Rover Range Rover Evoque, designers looked to the LRX concept car for inspiration. This concept was globally acclaimed for its reinterpretation of classic Range Rover design idioms. Its spirit lives on and was realized with the new Land Rover Range Rover Evoque. Land Rover’s latest offering boasts of still featuring Range Rover’s core values: refined performance, interior luxury and all-terrain capability.

This was affirmed by Land Rover design director Gerry McGovern, who said that the new Range Rover Evoque represents an evolution of Range Rover design as it adopts new interpretations of classic Range Rover design cues – through the LRX – while keeping in check with the three Range Rover core values.

These values were exemplified in the way the new Range Rover Evoque looks. The appearance of the new Range Rover Evoque is defined by its dynamic profile and its athletic stance, as distinguished by the muscular shoulder, the characteristic taper to the floating roofline and its rising beltline. This stance is also distinguished by wheels pushed out to its sculpted corners that help visually reduce the Range Rover Evoque’s front and rear overhangs.

Inside, the new Range Rover Evoque features a well-crafted luxurious cabin with an elegant design and makes use of premium quality materials.

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