Coventry Motors Corporation presents the newest Range Rover Evoque to the Philippines. Making its debut back in 2010, the model garnered more than 220 awards, and the new crossover is poised and well equipped to continue trailblazing the industry with modernized amenities and improved features for its class.
Underneath the skin is an engineering and technical revolution. The new chassis makes the most of the stiffer body, ensuring the characteristic ride comfort and refinement of a Range Rover. The Evoque is now smarter than ever. The software that sits behind our infotainment system has been refined to provide a more intuitive customer experience.
Nick Rogers Executive Director for Product Engineering, Jaguar Land Rover.
The Evoque is based off the Velar platform, and it has been mated to a new premium transverse architecture, making the vehicle wider and longer. At a 100mm longer, the new wheelbase makes it readily available to accommodate the needed components for both plug-in and hybrid systems.
We are very proud to bring to the Philippines the all-new Range Rover Evoque, which offers refinement and comfort required for modern city living while still providing all-terrain capability our customers expect from a Land Rover. I’m confident that our Filipino customers will rediscover the joy of driving with the all-new Evoque.
Christopher Ward president, Coventry Motors Corporation.
The exterior in instantly recognizable. The Evoque is built with a reductive design approach. It’s profile and coupe-like silhouette is complemented by its 20-inch wheels and powerful wheel arches. The headlamps are an all LED affair, paired with the rear lamps create an image of sophistication for the vehicle. Flush door handles are also equipped, giving this crossover a seamless look whenever the handles are not needed.
Stepping into the interior of the Evoque, and passengers may laud the 20mm extra legroom compared to the previous model. Storage also got a bump in size, since the central cubby can now fit larger items such as handbags, bottles, and tablets with no fuss. The rear cargo area of the Evoque is also increased in size – at 591 L, the 10 percent larger cargo area can fit a set of golf clubs or two flight suitcases side-by-side. When the rear seats are down, a cavernous 1,383 L of space is ready to take any load. The Meridian sound system is only the tip of the iceberg for the luxuries found in the cabin. After all, it is a luxury crossover, hence the interior is clad in leather and offers a serene space for its occupants.
Even if luxury has been dialed to 11, the driving dynamics are still on par with other Land Rovers. With Terrain Response technology, the vehicle automatically detects the surface being driven on and adjusts accordingly. Ground clearance is not an issue as the 212mm height will allow you to go almost anywhere. Floods won’t faze the crossover, since Land Rover touts that its new model can go through 600 mm of water with no problem; up from the previous generation’s 500 mm. HIll Descent control, Gradient Release Control, and All Terrain Progress Control are some of the more extreme assists for the car. A whole suite of safety assists such as the Lane Keep Assist, Autonomous Emergency Braking (For R-Dynamic HSE variants), and Driver Condition Monitor are available for the safety of the passengers. There are also other features such as the ‘Clear Sight Rear-View’ that transforms the rear-view mirror into an HD display. A 360-surround camera also comes with the unit, making parking easier and less of a chore in the tight spaces of the Metro.
You’ll be able to get the 5-star Euro NCAP safety rated vehicle with either diesel, petrol, or hybrid variant. Prices for the unit start at P5,090,000, and go all the way up to P6,190,000 for the mild hybrid electric vehicle (MHEV) option.
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