2016 Range Rover Evoque to launch on November 19 in Mumbai – IAB Report

Posted on: Nov 3, 2015 - 10:24am IST

Bookings already ongoing. 

The 2016 Range Rover Evoque is scheduled for launch in Mumbai, on November 19. The bookings for the updated model have already started pan India.

2016 Range Rover Evoque front quarter at the 2015 IAA
The Evoque is assembled in India along with other JLR products like the XF, XJ and Discovery Sport.

The new Evoque is characterised by subtle changes to the styling and the cabin, including a new grille flanked by LED headlamps, a new front bumper, larger air intakes, smaller LED foglamps, new alloy wheel design, new LED taillights, new roof-lip spoiler, smaller LED brake light, improved interior materials, new colour patterns, new seat upholsteries, new door panels and Land Rover’s new InControl Touch 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system.

The feature list of the Range Rover Evoque has also been updated, with a 17-speaker 825 Watts Meridian Surround Sound System, a Head-Up Display, a rear seat entertainment system, a surround view camera system, and a hands-free tailgate open/close system.

2016 Range Rover Evoque steering wheel at the 2015 IAA
The Evoque gets an all-new 8-inch touchscreen entertainment system.

For the Indian market, the Evoque is powered by the 2.2-litre diesel engine which produces 190 PS at 3,500 rpm and 420 Nm at 2,000 rpm to the car’s All Wheel Drive system through a ZF 9-speed automatic transmission.

Also Read: Range Rover Evoque Convertible – IAB Rendering

The SUV will continue to be assembled at the Pune plant, along with other JLR models like the XF, XJ and the Discovery Sport.

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