Gerry McGovern, Land Rover design director, says the options will give customers the chance to make a ‘unique statement’ when the small Range Rover goes on sale in the UK in the summer.
He said: "The options on offer are spectacular and customers can use our ‘designers choice’ to guide their selection, with carefully co-ordinated colour and material combinations that have their own distinctive character,” he added."
Options unveiled include three design themes; Pure, Prestige and Dynamic. These themes can be further personalised with an extensive range of options.
These include 12 choices of exterior paint colours and three contrasting roof colours. These can be complemented with a choice of 18- or 20" alloy wheels, metal and wood highlights inside and 16 interior designs.
A panoramic glass roof, roof rails and aluminium and chrome tread plates can also be chosen as options on the compact 4×4.
Range Rover is traditionally Land Rover’s more luxury sub-brand and the level of equipment in the Evoque reflects this. However, extra equipment can be specified, including park assist, a top-of-the-range entertainment system, dual-zone automatic climate control and heated front seats and steering wheel.
The Range Rover Evoque is the smallest in the three-strong Range Rover line up. It is also the only model to offer a two-wheel drive option and as a result delivers the lowest CO2 emissions and highest fuel economy figures ever seen in a Range Rover.
Designed to appeal to a new type of urban-based buyer, the Range Rover Evoque lowers the entry price of the Range Rover brand to around £30,000 for an entry level model.
Both three- and five-door models will be built in the Halewood plant on Merseyside but it will be sold in more than 160 countries from summer 2011.