Land Rover has revealed the updated 2016 Range Rover Evoque ahead of its motor debut at Geneva next week.
Based on the photos, design changes are predominantly seen on the Evoque's front end. It now has revamped LED adaptive headlights, a restyled radiator grill, larger air intakes, slim LED fog lamps and a vented hood.
Design tweaks continues to be seen at the rear as the 2016 Evoque features a new tailgate-mounted spoiler, redesigned LED taillights and new alloy wheel designs.
Inside, the 2016 Evoque features new seats, door casings and a redesigned infotainment system. It also comes with new premium soft-touch materials as well as a configurable ambient interior lighting to provide “visual drama on the inside.”
Under the hood, the 2016 Evoque is powered by an array of engines starting with the all-aluminum Ingenium TD4 turbodiesel which is 20 – 30 kg lighter than its predecessor. It is available in two power outputs: 150 PS and 180 PS. The 2016 Evoque can also be powered by a Si4 turbocharged petrol engine that delivers 240 PS.