At the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, a Fuji White Range Rover Evoque takes centre stage showcasing company’s striking new Black Design Pack. Available on the Dynamic derivative, buyers who are interested in this pack can order it from April this year. As you can see from the photos, the Black Design Pack emboldens the assertive and confident stance of the Range Rover Evoque ‘Dynamic’.
The new pack offers 20-inch, 9-spoke forged wheels painted in gloss black, never before offered as an option. Moreover, the exterior design includes dark exhaust finishers painted in Santorini Black, a gloss black rear bumper and inner and outer sump guard. Furthermore, the vehicle features darkened front headlights and fog lamps, while the rear lamps have been modified to give a clear effect so that they do not visually appear permanently red.
Santorini Black painted Range Rover lettering across both the bonnet and tailgate and a rear sport spoiler complete the look. For those who don’t know, the Black Design Pack made its debut earlier this year on the Evoque Special Edition model.
Special Edition is currently still on sale and available in both coupé and 5-door body styles. Customers can choose from two exterior colour schemes unique to the Special Edition: a Sicilian Yellow exterior body finish with a Santorini Black contrast roof, or a Santorini Black exterior body finish with a Sicilian Yellow contrast roof and door mirrors.
The interior features yellow contrast stitching on seats, central storage area, door trims and fascia mid-section, plus an anodised yellow horizontal finisher.
New Range Rover Evoque is available with the efficient and lightweight 2.2 litre diesel engine, in both TD4 150PS and SD4 190PS guise, combined with either a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic gearbox and four-wheel drive.
The two-wheel drive eD4 is powered by the 150PS TD4 version of the engine combined with a six-speed manual gearbox and produces just 129g/km CO2. The lightweight Land Rover Si4 petrol engine delivers 240PS and is combined with a 6-speed automatic transmission and four-wheel drive.
Taking a page directly out of the LRX concept car which was renowned for its innovative interpretation of the classic Range Rover, the all-new Land Rover Range Rover Evoque comes out with a new and edgy look that is matched by its meticulous engineering consistent with the Range Rover’s core values of interior luxury, refined performance, and all-terrain capability. This evolution in design is a bold upgrade from its former look, but the Evoque manages to remain faithful to the core and legacy of the Range Rover. These were the intent and the inspiration behind the Rover Evoque, according to Land Rover design director Gerry McGovern.
Range Rover Evoque is as powerful as it is dynamic, with a rising beltline, a muscled shoulder that defines the entire car, and a floating roofline that tapers and spells the car’s uniqueness.
One glance at the Evoque and one notices its purposeful stance, and this is highlighted in how the wheels of the Range Rover Evoque are positioned out to the four corners. To significantly reduce the Range Rover Evoque’s visual front and rear overhangs, the car comes with wide wheel arches integrated deftly into the body and the corners that have been expertly sculpted to perfection.
Evoque is as much a delight on the outside as well as on the inside. The luxury cabin of the Land Rover Range Rover Evoque is a picture of fine craftmanship and style. One can easily spot in the Range Rover Evoque’s interior the highest quality materials used to produce a car that can be described as nothing short of elegant.