Pictures Range Rover Cabriolet version (Convertible)



The first concrete evidence that Land Rover will produce a production version of the Evoque cabriolet has been captured in the Midlands.This spy shot, taken by an Autocar reader, seems to show the finished machine, with the black fabric roof clearly defined above the heavily disguised bodywork. The concept – based on the three-door Evoque body – was first seen in 2012 at the Geneva motor show. Land Rover bosses admitted that they were ‘keen’ on the idea a year later, but there has been little official news since.However, it now seems likely that the car will go into production and, judging by the state of this prototype, it might be less than 12 months from the showroom. Some sources say that the third Evoque body style will coincide with a significant mechanical refresh for the big-selling car, which is likely to include the fitment of JLR’s all-new Ingenium four-cylinder engines. Pictures of The Test Track of Range Rover Cabriolet version (convertible) 





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