If you don’t have the money to go any higher than this entry-level specification, fear not. The base Evoque is a well-rounded vehicle, and in many ways, is the pick of the bunch. When it comes to ride refinement, it’s better than all the higher-spec models thanks to its smaller alloys and tires with a higher profile. The interior is plenty comfortable thanks to power-adjustable front seats, dual-zone climate control, and a faster, more intuitive touchscreen interface with a six-speaker sound system. Land Rover included many modern driver assistance features as standard, making the base model a desirable proposition.
cargo carrier, Rubber Mats, Loadspace Mat (PIO)
Blind Spot Assist, reverse traffic detection, Rear Traffic Monitor, Clear Exit Monitor
Activity Key, Powered Gesture Tailgate, Electrically Adjustable Steering Column, Loadspace Partition Net
Blind Spot Assist, reverse traffic detection, Rear Traffic Monitor, Clear Exit Monitor, Adaptive Cruise Control w/Stop & Go
Configurable Dynamics, Red Brake Calipers, Adaptive Dynamics, Satin Chrome Gear Shift Paddles
Textile Upgrade, Heated Steering Wheel, Suedecloth Steering Wheel
cargo carrier and sunshade, Rubber Mats, Cargo Net, Loadspace Mat (PIO) Preferred port fit accessory.
premium carpet mats, Premium Cabin Lighting, configurable ambient lighting, Illuminated Metal Treadplates w/Range Rover Script, Bright Metal Pedals, Ebony Suedecloth Headlining
Touch Pro Duo w/2-10" Touchscreens, Clearsight Interior Rear View Mirror, Head-Up Display, Interactive Driver Display