It will feature a nine-speed automatic transmission, driveline technologies, detail design enhancements on both the inside and outside, and seven driver assistance additions.
The new transmission in particular has helped boost the fuel economy, lowering consumption by 11.4 per cent, and reducing CO2 emissions by up to 9.5 per cent.
Among the assistance features is Park Exit, which automatically exits parallel parking bays, and Perpendicular Park to position the vehicle in centrally in the bay. Reverse Traffic Detection, meanwhile, warns motorists of oncoming traffic and Lane Departure Warning helps to prevent cars drifting out of their lane.
"With global sales of more than 170,000 vehicles in just 18 months, the Range Rover Evoque has proven to be hugely successful and the 2014 model is destined to have even greater appeal," said John Edwards, global brand director at Land Rover.
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