Range Rover Evoque P300 HSE
The 2020 Evoque debuted at the Chicago Auto Show last February and the first thing that was immediately apparent was that it was in fact, an Evoque. While it shares no sheet metal with its predecessor, it is immediately recognizable.
the new Evoque which shares visual DNA with the Velar and big Range Rover that goes all the way back to the original. Jaguars also shared DNA, but it went back to designs that while beautiful in their time, were more of their time. Both generations of the Evoque have a stout, aggressive stance to them that looks both sporty and go-anywhere capable.
Inside, the changes are significantly more substantial. The Evoque adopts the same dual touchscreen center layout as the Velar, big Range Rover and the Jaguar i-Pace. The upper screen tilts up to a slightly more vertical position from the dashboard when the vehicle is started and serves as the control center for the infotainment including the audio and navigation. The lower screen is fixed at the front end of the center console and provides access to vehicle controls such as drive modes, seats and climate control.
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