Range Rover has introduced a new derivative for the Evoque - The Evoque Autobiography Dynamic - at the Geneva Motor Show.
The car gets a new grille design, lower front valance, jewel-like headlamps and taillights along with 20-inch forged alloy wheels. A new Phoenix Orange colour and 'Autobiography' badging on the tailgate and front fender complete the picture.
The derivative also sees the debut of Land Rover InControl app that allows for the user to connect their smartphone into the car to enable compatible apps to function via the car's touchscreen.
This derivative is powered by the same 2.0-liter petrol engine, upgraded exclusively to 285 hp and 400 Nm, a substantial 45 hp and 60 Nm increase, mated to a more responsive 9-speed A/T from ZF. The steering has also been specially tuned for on-centre precision and the car gets upgraded suspension geometry, firmer spring rates and recalibrated adaptive dampers.
Range Rover's Active Driveline four-wheel drive technology comes as standard in this derivative. Refer the press release attested below the galleries for more insight.
Range Rover Evoque Autobiography Dynamic - Geneva - Image Gallery
Range Rover Evoque Autobiography Dynamic - Geneva - Press Release
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