The Range Rover Evoque, termed as a "compact luxury cross over SUV" was first introduced in 2011 with two wheel drive (2WD) and four wheel drive (4WD) variants and was so successful, sold nearly 88,000 units in year one of production.
It was designed to meet the need for fuel economy and lower CO2 emissions compared to it's larger relations, the Range Rover
and the Discovery
while retaining it's off road capabilities, it also boasts a 5-Star Euro NCAP rating.
With the Range Rover Evoque still very much in demand, numerous updates and versions have been released, along with the highly anticipated Range Rover Evoque Convertible, due in 2017.