All fans are sure that 2018 Range Rover Evoque will get on the line with BMW and Mercedes-Benz crossovers. With many new details, it is possible. According to spyshots, SUV suffers redesign. However, final model is not here yet. We could see a vehicle under heavy camouflage, and most parts have cover. This is bolder version of Sport SUV from same company. Swoop roof makes it more aerodynamic, but also more stylish. This was not the case on Range Rover crossovers, and experts believe this is not the only novelty. Also, we could spot modifications of C and D pillars.
2018 Range Rover Evoque engine
Probably more important info for enthusiasts and these that plan to buy 2018 Range Rover Evoque is engine range. Coupe SUV is coming with 3.0-l V-6 drivetrain and all-wheel drive as standard offer. This unit has supercharger that boosts overall performance. With it, output is around 400 hp, but it is still far away from 550 horses, offered by 5.0-l V-8. Optional diesel drivetrain uses supercharger instead of turbocharger. New Evoque crossover is very similar to Range Rover Sport SUV, but it has different tuning. For example, improvements are visible on suspension, which boost comfort and off-road performance.
2018 Range Rover Evoque redesign
Not only under the hood, but 2018 Range Rover Evoque and Sport crossover will be similar in design. Nevertheless, heavy camouflage on spy shots hides something company doesn’t want us to know. So, we can say something unique is coming up. D-pillar and lift-gate on the back will probably get some new look. Also, rear glass, with sharper ending and C-pillars are making Evoque more attractive. Not only exterior, but also cabin will be fresh. More stylish materials and hi-tech features are making interior comfortable and elegant.
2018 Range Rover Evoque competition and price
Mail rivals of the 2018 Range Rover Evoque are BMW X6 and Mercedes-Benz GLE coupe-like SUVs. Beside German crossovers, for their spot on the market, Jaguar is preparing new F-Pace. More luxurious variants are Maserati Levante and Porsche Cayenne. Base unit of Evoque will have a price of around $60,000. Some higher trims and special editions could go much higher, even over $100,000 mark.