2019 Range Rover Evoque. The new Evoque will coincide with the introduction of a new three-cylinder 1.5-liter gasoline engine. The second-generation Evoque will be powered by a 1.5-liter gasoline engine that mates to an electric motor. This combination will improve emissions output and performance and allow full driving of zero emissions. The next generation 2019 Range Rover Evoque has been spotted before going on sale in 2019. This Audi Q5, the BMW X3 and Mercedes Glk rival seem to be wider than the outgoing model, suggesting the next Evoque will be more intimate than the old car.
The camouflaged camouflage test does not detect much here much about the new 2019 Range Rover Evoque design but is expected to be inspired by the all-new Range Rover Vilar final car. As a result, sports should have a large honey grille surrounded by two smaller openings and a pair of slim, aggressive headlights. The mule seems to test wider than the outgoing car but is not expected to significantly alter the wheelbase and its overall length.
The 2019 Range Rover Evoque cabin can borrow design features from the latest Land Rover Discovery and Velar Coupe. This means that it can combine wood, metal and leather trim instead of outgoing cars rather than cheap plastic feel. The new body of the car will help increase the interior of the car and can help increase the boot space from 420 liters to 500 liters. Car-level cars can also use an 8-inch Infiniti and Land Rover screen, while optional 10.2-inch screen Touch screen also available. Unfortunately, no system is expected to support Apple Car Play or Android cars.
Land Rover can use the latest 2.0-liter four-cylinder diesel engine at 2019 Range Rover Evoque, along with a range of four-cylinder gasoline engines. Early prototypes with electric tale warning stickers suggest that the mixed alternative can also be in business. Cars are likely to come at entry-level with a manual gearbox while mid-range versions should feature an automatic ‘box as standard. Both front wheels and four-wheel drive should be provided across the range.
It is expected to finish 2019 Range Rover Evoque for the first time in 2019 and should go on sale in 2019. Prices should range from about £30,000 for entry-level models to £50,000 for high-end cars.