The Range Rover is a British made, full-sized Luxury sports utility vehicle (SUV) under Jaguar Land Rover, owned by Tata Motors.
The Range Rover was launched in 1970 by British Leyland. This flagship model is now in its fourth generation. Jaguar Land Rover has expanded the use of the Land Rover Range 'Rover' sub-brand to include the Range Rover Evoque, the Range Rover Velar and the Range Rover Sport.
The Range Rover Evoque Convertible is very different from the Range Rover SUV’s, combining the loft driving position and go anywhere ability of a 4x4 with the pose factor of a convertible.
It would be a direct rival to the Mercedes C-Class Cabriolet and BMW 4 Series Convertible.
Evoque convertible is a hybrid — but not in the traditional sense. It is a part truck and part sports car, straddling the line between hillbilly and city slicker.
The resulting vehicle is a two-door, four-passenger SUV, which the Range Rover company calls a “crossover with capability”.
It comes with two 2.o litre engines, both of which only come with automatic gearbox and four-wheel drive.The 4x4 well drive will allow the convertible to go almost everywhere.
The Interiors in the Convertible SUV are very premium as the leather seats are standard and there's plenty of leather material covering the dashboard and the door.
Overall the leather interiors make the car very attractive to look at, both the seat and the steering wheel in the convertible have a good range of adjustment so it's easy to find a driving position that suits you.
One of the best features in the all-new Range Rover Evoque Convertible is that it comes with the latest version of the Incontrol Touch Pro, Land Rover’s touchscreen infotainment system comes as standard.
The Evoque Convertible isn’t a cheap car and due to the predicted demand, it's unlikely to get any discount. The Car will be priced somewhere around Rs 53 Lakhs.