Range Rover Evoque joins the green party

Range Rover Evoque joins the green party

Mar 4, 2011

Range Rover Evoque joins the green party Range Rover fans are getting their first chance to see the new baby Evoque with its array of colours and personalisation options at the Geneva motorshow this week.

We liked the one in a shade of lime green on the show stand (although it's sure to have a more arty-farty name), and so we thought we'd share a few extra pics from the press kit as we've only seen it in 'basic' colours before.

It seems as if Evoque buyers will be faced with some tricky choices from the design, trim and technology options listed, ranging from designer exterior packs, contrasting colours on the roof and spoilers as well as the various interior themes. Gerry McGovern, Land Rover design director has gone so far as to call the choices 'spectacular', and who are we to disagree. Either way the fit and finish seems suitably upmarket, and there's a luxurious feel to the cabin - especially if you order the leather-topped fascia.

The Range Rover Evoque will be manufactured at Land Rover's Halewood plant in Merseyside, and it goes on sale in more than 160 countries worldwide from summer 2011 priced from £30k. Anyone want to bet against it topping the sales charts?