Before launching this month, Land Rover has begun dragging a brand new Evoque as a full-size wire structure located throughout London, the UK.
The sculptures created by the Jaguar Land Rover team imitate the foundations of the second-generation Evoque and show that the model features, such as a coupe-inclined roofline, move to the second genus.
Although the UK brand claims that the new model will define "new design, ability and sustainability standards", the 1: 1 scale structures show that Land Rover is not too radical with the new design.
You can understand this: since 2010, 750,000 Evoque examples have been sold around the world, so why not define what is clearly not broken?
However, it is expected that the second Evoque model will take from the designs of Sister Velar, especially in the salon, the largest Range Rover has received considerable fame.
The same thing, though a substantially updated D8 architecture will once again form the basis of the Evoque, but crucially, it will include a stretched wheel base that will allow the "baby" Range Rover more cubicles.
It is possible that Ingenium's petrol and diesel variants will be available from launch – with a capacity ranging from 148 hp to just 300 hp, and many are hoping that a hybrid variant will soon be available, taking into account the objective of Jaguar Land Rover to offer at least one an electrified example for each model from 2020.
This is the first full Land Rover surprise hit "lifestyle" SUV, since its debut in 2010, and the second generation will debut on November 22 in London.