On February 24, 2016, Jaguar Land Rover celebrated the production of its 500,000th Range Rover Evoque at its Halewood plant in the UK.
The L538 Range Rover Evoque convertible will go on sale from spring 2016 with a choice of three engines, and two trim levels.
The Range Rover Evoque convertible has a Wabasto Z-fold fabric roof that folds in 18 seconds, adaptive LED headlights, and plenty of underbody bracing.
The Range Rover Evoque will be built alongside the Land Rover Discovery Sport at Jaguar Land Rover’s new factory in Brazil.
The MY2016 facelift for the Range Rover Evoque has new headlights, bumpers, and more efficient engines to keep it fresh against the competition.