2020 Range Rover Evoque Towing Capacity
2020 Range Rover Evoque Review- Just Call a Baby Velar – The replacement of the Range Rover Evoque is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated developments for 2019 and finally, we can know all its details. The new Range Rover Evoque changes and changes a lot, but this is achieved by strongly inspiring its older brother the Range Rover Velar. As expected the evolution of the Evoque takes many elements of his older brothers and so it has been. Still, there are important developments, so what better if we discover all the details of the new Range Rover Evoque 2020.
2020 Range Rover Evoque Redesign
In terms of exterior design, there have been no surprises, the new Evoque bases its aesthetic on the success of the Range Rover Velar, model that in fact had already moved its features to the updates of Range Rover Sport and Range Rover. This means that we find an evolved design with respect to what is already known, with rounded shapes and smoothed lines, but with an aggressive appearance and clearly sporty tints. Both its LED optics and glazed sections are reduced to the minimum expression to give all the prominence to the body and its prominent forms. We even found the door handles flush, a design detail that reinforces the cleanliness of its side.
2020 Range Rover Evoque Interior
Submerged in the cabin we find the same trend because everything reminds us of the large SUV of Range Rover both in the design of the dashboard, and in the way in which screens and controls have been integrated. In the absence of knowing the configuration of the different finishes with which will reach the market, the Range Rover Evoque is presented with a box of digital instruments, next to it a double multimedia interface with upper screen in high resolution and lower section dedicated to controlling of air conditioning controls, assistants or traction systems where tactile functions are combined with physical controls.
This last section is undoubtedly one of the strengths of the Evoque, a solution that we liked a lot in models such as the Ensure its design and functionality and that in the 2020 Range Rover Evoque seems to maintain the same philosophy. After this screen, we will find a wireless charger for mobile phones.
The great novelty in matters of assistance will be the ClearSight system, a technology of augmented reality that through cameras located on the front, is able to create a virtual image of 180º on the front of the car and everything that happens under it. This provides a level of information first hand without having to get off the vehicle.
2020 Range Rover Evoque Engine Specs – Semi hybrid Engine
The 2020 Range Rover Evoque is based on a revised platform with respect to its previous generation. This results in an improvement of the interior dimensions, especially in space for the rear passengers and an increase in cargo space that now reaches 610 liters. Torsional rigidity increases by 13%. But the great novelty is the adaptation of the platform to house new propulsion technologies.
The new Evoque will hit the market with 2-liter Ingenium engines, both gasoline and diesel, compatible with the 48-volt semi-hybrid technology. This translates into an improvement in emissions and the obtaining of the ECO label. The gearbox of these engines will be manual 6 relations or automatic by the 9-speed torque converter.
Further ahead, it points to 2020, the Range Rover Evoque will feature a plug-in hybrid version based on a 1.5 hp turbocharged 200 hp engine. This configuration will have an independent electric motor on the rear axle of 108 HP, thus offering independent electric drive and all-wheel drive.
The Evoque does not fear the offroad
The new Range Rover Evoque reaffirms its commitment as an SUV with good all-road skills and comes with a 600-mm wading capacity (100mm more than the previous Evoque), its ground clearance is 212 millimeters and it has a new generation of the Active Driveline total drive system.