Land Rover dealers in the United States have started offering the second-generation 2020 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque. The most compact crossover of the British brand costs from $42,650.
The new Evoque is available on the American market in the following versions: S (from $42,650), SE (from $47,200), R-Dynamic S (from $46,600); R-Dynamic SE (from $51,150), R-Dynamic HSE (from $55,800) and First Edition (from $56,850).
We should add that the 2020 Range Rover Evoque is more expensive than the first generation model, but not much. For example, the base version of the 2019 Evoque S is priced at $41,800.
The highlight of the new Evoque is a range of four-cylinder Ingenium engines, powerful and efficient thanks to a mild-hybrid technology with a driven starter generator and a Stop/Start system.
Deliveries of the first vehicles to dealerships begin this spring, but orders can be placed now.
It is also worth noting that a legendary off road Defender SUV returns to the US car market in 2020 in all-new iteration. However, Land Rover does not promise any revolution.