The Range Rover Evoque will cost from £28,705 when it goes on sale in September, although a two-wheel-drive version will start from £27,995 when it arrives in 2012.
There are three trims – Pure, Prestige and Dynamic – and three engines: 2.2-litre turbodiesels with 148bhp or 187bhp and a 237bhp 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine.
It's available in three- and five-door forms, with the three-door 'Coupe' version costing £1000 more than the five-door.
The sub-£28k model is an eD4 148bhp, two-wheel drive Pure version, which won't be on sale until next year. The range tops out with the £44,320 237bhp Dynamic version, with Range Rover's Lux pack, six-speed automatic gearbox and four-wheel drive.
Engine and trim combinations
Land Rover hasn't revealed much in the way of performance and emissions data yet, but it says the three-door, two-wheel-drive 148bhp car achieves CO2 emissions of less than 130g/km.
The new 2.0-litre petrol version can go from 0-62mph in 7.1 seconds. The engine/trim/transmission/drive options are as follows:
• eD4 diesel 148bhp 6-speed manual 2WD (Pure and Prestige) - available from 2012
• TD4 diesel 148bhp 6-speed manual 4WD (Pure, Prestige)
• SD4 diesel 187bhp 6-speed manual 4WD (Pure, Prestige, Dynamic)
• SD4 diesel 187bhp 6-speed automatic 4WD (Pure, Prestige, Dynamic)
• Si4 petrol 237bhp 6-speed automatic 4WD (Dynamic)
The base models come with:
• 18-inch alloy wheels
• Heated leather front seats
• Eight-inch high-res colour display combined with 11-speaker Meridian audio system
• Push-button start
• Twin USB ports
• Cruise control
• Hill Launch Assist
• Rear parking sensors
Four-wheel-drive versions come with Terrain Response and Hill Descent Control.
• 19-inch alloy wheels
• Metallic paint
• Oxford leather interior
• Xenon headlights with LED lighting and front foglamps
• HDD sat-nav with audio server
• Rear camera
• Front parking sensors
• Automatic headlights and windscreen wipers
• 20-inch alloys
• Aluminium pedal covers
• Adaptive Dynamics with Magnaride - iron filings in the shock absorber fluid change their positioning when an electrical current is applied or removed to make the suspension stiffer or softer.
There are a couple of optional packs. Pure versions can get a £1900 Tech pack which comes with:
• HDD sat-nav
• Front parking sensors
• Heated windscreen and windscreen washers
• Automatic headlights and wipers
• Headlamp powerwash
Prestige and Dynamic versions can opt for a Lux pack, which costs £4325 and comes with:
• Powered tailgate and panoramic sunroof
• Upgraded Meridian stereo
• Eight-inch high-res dual-view touch-screen display
• Surround camera system with tow assist
• Blindspot monitoring
• Keyless entry
• Park assist
• Advanced climate control
Land Rover also promises a range of personalisation options that means there are 380,000 combinations available to buyers. Find out more at: Landrover.com
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