Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Convertible behind the wheel
Both the seat and steering wheel have a good range of adjustment so it’s easy to find a driving position that suits you. Being an SUV, the driving position is much higher than you’d normally get in a drop-top, so you get a commanding view of the road. Land Rover's touchscreen infotainment system has a wide display with clear icons and sharp graphics. It’s easy enough to navigate through the menus, but there’s no Apple CarPlay or Android Auto compatibility for your smartphone.
Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Convertible space & practicality
It’s unlikely that front seat passengers will have any complaints; the wide interior means you won’t bash elbows with your passenger and head room is good. Moving to the rear, leg room is pretty good by four-seat convertible standards, and there’s enough space for two to sit side-by-side without issue. Unfortunately, the boot has shrunk considerably with the soft-top conversion. You’ll struggle to get a pair of reasonably sized suitcases back there and there’s no folding rear seat, either.
Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Convertible equipment
Plush HSE Dynamic trim is the lowliest version of the Evoque Convertible you can buy, so the interior is nicely finished and has plenty of equipment, as you’d hope with such a high purchase price. This includes climate control, leather upholstery, heated electric front seats, a reversing camera, DAB radio, sat-nav, adjustable ambient lighting, cruise control and paddle shifters for the gearbox.