Five door Range Rover Evoque revealed
Not long after revealing the three-door version to the world, Phil Popham, Managing Director revealed that a five-door variation would be following.
Well, now we have the details and it would seem the five-door model is going the use the same lightweight construction materials and powertrains as the three-door. Engines on offer will include a 2.2-litre turbodiesel which will offer 147bhp and 190bhp, as well as a 2.0-litre Si4 petrol engine that will deliver 236bhp.
The new Evoque will be a two-wheel drive model and will emit just 135g/km when fitted with the smaller of the diesel engines.
Land Rover enthusiasts have no need to worry though because there will still be the option to have a four-wheel drive model of the Evoque which will come with their Terrain Response system and Adaptive Dynamics technology.
The roof has been raised 30mm because Land Rover has kept the low, coupe-like roofline so this just gives occupants a bit more space.
Standard equipment on the five-door model include park assist, blind spot monitoring, adaptive headlights and heated windscreens as well as having leather on most of the sunroof and a panoramic sunroof.
Inside the cabin, climate control, TV with DVD playback, new sound system and a rear seat entertainment package add to the comfort and luxury of the SUV.
Both three and five-door models will go on sale in the UK in summer 2011 and prices will be starting at around £30,000.
Guest contributor, Ant Bradshaw is currently working for Askaprice.com which can provide you with all the latest news and reviews from the car industry as well as great information on a range of manufacturers and models. Askaprice can also provide you with any help you need when coming to Lease a new Land Rover as well as buying outright.
You may also enjoy these Helablog posts
From Around the Web
Leave a Reply
You must be logged in to post a comment.