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The Land Rover Range Rover Evoque caused quite a stir when it originally debuted back in 2011. It had a striking design, respectable off-road capabilities (for a crossover) and plenty of luxury. And now, although it may seem somewhat hard to believe, it’s already time for the Evoque’s mid-life refresh. Fortunately, Land Rover knew not to mess too much with a good thing. The most noticeable changes include a redesigned front fascia with larger air intakes and optional adaptive LED headlights.
There’s also a new tailgate spoiler, three new wheel designs, and upgraded seats. What future owners will likely appreciate the most is the 2016 Evoque’s new infotainment system, called All-Terrain Progress Control, a feature that’s also found in the top-end Range Rover and Range Rover Sport. The 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine also returns and Europe will receive a new turbo diesel which may eventually make its way stateside. Expect the 2016 Evoque to hit showrooms sometime this summer or early fall.