Land Rover brought out the first-generation Range Rover Evoque compact luxury crossover for the 2012 model year, and it was an instant success. As a lower-priced, urban-friendly option, the Evoque quickly won a following and Land Rover has sold over 772,000 of the plucky little crossovers worldwide. Buyers love the Evoque for its manageable size, great performance, and more affordable price point compared to a full-size Range Rover.
This new edition marks the first major redesign of the Evoque since its introduction, and Land Rover went all the way. The all-new 2020 Range Rover Evoque rides on an entirely new platform optimized for future plug-in hybrid electrification, has new exterior and interior designs, and it’s got a bunch of new suspension and driveline features underneath. Read on for all the news and driving impressions on the newest Range Rover.