2020 Range Rover Evoque: Now with more Velar, and mild hybrid system

The 2020 Range Rover Evoque is new, but it still has the unmistakable shape of the original and many cues from the Velar, like the pop out door handles.


The new car is around the same size as the old one, but rides on a 20mm (0.8″) longer wheelbase and the new mixed material Premium Transverse Architecture.

There are three 4-cylinder turbo-diesels: D150 with 110kW (148hp) and 380Nm (280 lb-ft), D180 with 132kW (177hp) and 430Nm (317 lb-ft), D240 with 177kW (237hp) and 500Nm (369 lb-ft).

There are two 4-cylinder turbocharged gas engines: P250 with 183kW (245hp) and 365Nm (269 lb-ft), and P300 with 221kW (296hp) and 400Nm (295 lb-ft).

All have a 9-speed automatic, a mild hybrid system that can shut the engine off at speeds below 11mph (17km/h), and AWD as standard, except the D150 which is also available with a 6-speed manual and FWD.

A 3-cylinder plug-in hybrid will be available a year after launch.

Available features include Terrain Response 2, 21″ wheels, a 40/20/40 split fold rear seat, electronic reversing mirror, and a 180 degree camera under the front of the car.

Prices start from £31,600 in the UK.

Trunk space (seats up): 591L | 20.9 cu-ft (+10%)
Trunk space (seats down): 1,383L | 48.9 cu-ft




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2020 Range Rover Evoque: Now with more Velar, and mild hybrid system