Land Rover Kills Evoque Cabrio

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Land Rover is apparently rethinking the idea of following down the same road as the Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet.

If you read our Top 5 list from a few weeks ago on convertible crossovers and thought, “this has got to stop”, we’ve got good news for you. According to reports, Land Rover has nixed the idea of putting its Range Rover Evoque convertible concept into production. The concept debuted in Geneva in 2012, ostensibly to gauge public opinion, but it evidently was not favorable. Instead, according to Car and Driver, Land Rover may introduce a large opening sunroof to the Evoque, letting the air and sun in while keeping the roofline in tact.

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