One press of the key fob and voila, all four of the all-new Range Rover Evoque’s door handles slide flush into the SUV’s body. It’s a mesmerizing sight, and frankly, we can watch these pop in and out all day.
We can’t though. Not when the rest of this vehicle deserves just as much attention.
Let’s start with the exterior: That unmistakable coupe-like silhouette’s still there, and the vehicle looks as compact as ever despite having grown longer and wider than the previous generation.
Large 20-inch wheels and muscular fenders lend the Evoque an intimidating stance, while a sloped roofline and a handful of sporty styling cues up front let you know this is an SUV that can get going whenever it wants to.
The exterior’s clean appearance extends inside, where the dashboard is dominated by a minimalist layout and the bare minimum of physical controls. By the looks of things, you’ll do most of your fiddling with the Evoque’s massive 10-inch touchscreen infotainment system, interactive driver display, and touch-based convenience controls.
Interior materials are about as premium as you’d expect from the brand. Depending on what variant you opt for, you’re getting either grained or Windsor leather perforated seats. Trim can be had in either dark or bright gradated aluminum, and the headliner comes available in ‘Light Oyster’ or ebony. Other cabin bits worth noting are a premium Meridian 10-speaker sound system and memory foam front seats.
We’ve already discussed the all-new Range Rover Evoque’s official specs, prices, variant, and features in the launch story. Now, check out some images of Philippine-spec units below.