Range Rover Evoque NW8 Special Edition Inspired By London’s Abbey Road

Special Edition

Limited to 1,000 units.

The last of three special edition models inspired by iconic British landmarks, the Range Evoque NW8 has been unveiled at the Montreal Auto Show, Canada. Wearing the North West London zip code famous for its attachment to Abbey Road, where millions of Beetles fans from all corners of the globe have trodden since the Sixties, the Evoque NW8 Special Edition comes exclusively in Fuji White with a unique Firenze Red Contrast roof and matching wing mirrors.

Based on the Dynamic model, the Range Rover lettering on the hood and tailgate receives the red treatment, while the 20-inch alloys are finished in Narvik Black. Other exterior upgrades include darkened headlights and clear taillights, Santorini Black wing vents and grille, and black bumper inserts. Inside, Taurus leather Ebony seats receive embroidered headrests, with red trim highlighting the cabin, and a distinctive motif inspired by the Abbey Road zebra crossing adorns the seat tags, treadplates and key fob. Land Rover will build just 1,000 units of the special edition Evoque NW8.

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