In all honesty, not much has changed.
Set to make its live debut next week at the Geneva Auto Show, the 2016 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque has received its mid-cycle refresh. And, low and behold, it doesn’t look all that different. Specifically, designers gave it a bit of a nip/tuck up front. Notice the redesigned front fascia with larger air intakes and optional adaptive LED headlights. Three wheel designs and a tailgate spoiler are also new, while the interior has been upgraded with more comfortable seats, three new color options, and new door casings along with a revised instrument cluster.
There’s a new infotainment system, accessed via an eight-inch touchscreen. Land Rover’s All-Terrain Progress Control system, currently seen on the Range Rover and Range Rover Sport, has also been added. European buyers will be able to have their Evoques equipped with a new turbo diesel engine producing either 150 or 180 hp. In the US, the familiar 2.0-liter turbocharged four banger with 240 hp is carried over, but Land Rover hasn’t ruled out bringing its new oil burner stateside if there’s sufficient market demand. Updated pricing will be available closer to the official on sale date, which is expected sometime over the summer.