What is the difference between the Range Rover Evoque two generations
Ranger Rover Evoque – two of the casket with the same person
When he was first introduced in 2011, the Range Rover Evoque has quickly become one of the most popular crossovers in the world. Sales of the Evoque have only confirmed his popularity.
In fact, in 2012 and 2013 on the Evoque accounted for almost 36% of all sales of Land Rover at the global level and in Europe for 2017 it was still one of the best selling SUVs in its class, ahead of these indicators Land Rover Discovery Sport.
The development of the brand in style
Top pictures – Range Rover Evoque generation II
Even if you didn’t pay attention to it the last few years, you’ve probably noticed that Land Rover really was focused on the creation of extremely modern products with the highest level of the latest technology on Board. So when the SUV of the past decade (such as old-school Discovery, Range Rover and Range Rover Sport) was too square and utilitarian in its design, the new models look much more progressive, not to mention the fact that they have become more elegant.
Earlier, nowhere else, this transition does not manifest as obvious as in the model Velar. Now, however, the same design philosophy was applied to the brand-new Evoque, which retains much of its original style, adding only a touch of modern design inherent in the new models of Land Rover.
Yes, from afar Evoque 2020 is more similar to a full facelift, than to update the model, this is especially obvious in the case if you put it side by side with a version of the first generation. But while its General form, pretty much identical, the whole concept has been optimized, both externally and internally: from the headlights to the grille, spoilers and tail lights to the wheel arches and even the door handles.
The new Evoque looks like a car from the future, you can expect to see in one of the realistic sci-Fi movie about the near future… And that captures the most – the direction Land Rover has already covered the whole car brand!
The photos show that the first generation model despite its tiny compared to other models “LR” the size looks stronger and more prepared for bad roads. Sharp lines, large body parts, a minimum of auxiliary design details. It seems that with the upgrade generation Land Rover still starts to position its luxury crossover entry-level as a model for the asphalt roads, as funny as it may sound to those who always believed in this paradigm.
A more favorable environment
In case, if you decide to abandon the novelties in favor of the old Evoque, know that in one fell swoop you reject a huge number of various support technologies and new digital gauge cluster, a widescreen infotainment display and the second touch screen to control your climate control similar to what we saw earlier with new Velar.
You also give up extra room for rear passengers and a 10% increase in space in the Luggage compartment. Old Evoque was far from practicality, so these improvements are welcomed, and in a sense, is simply necessary.
But perhaps the most impressive feature is one of the most futuristic systems “Ground View”, which you could use to make the hood invisible, and don’t miss any major obstacles underneath. Remarkable technology, a technologically advanced car with the newfangled retractable handles.
What do you think of him? Is there enough Land Rover made the Evoque the brand to remain relevant in the coming decade?