Here at Perrys one car is gaining plenty of attention in our dealerships and on the website prior to its UK launch.
It is launched this year and represents a big step forward for the brand which has designed and produced it.
We are talking, of course, about the Range Rover Evoque.
The Range Rover Evoque, the smallest, lightest and most efficient Range Rover ever built, will be released in the summer and there have been a large number of people requesting information about the Range Rover Evoque’s price list.
Unfortunately prices for the three- or five-door SUV, which is available in two- or four-wheel drive in the UK, are still under wraps by Land Rover, but we are predicting an entry-level price of less than £30,000.
We’ll be sure to bring you the latest Range Rover Evoque price and specification news when it is released, but for now all we know is European prices fall around the £30,000 mark, and this is expected to be the starting point in the UK.
Our Perrys dealerships will be able to talk you through the options available with the Range Rover Evoque, which Land Rover promises will be ‘spectacular’ when it arrives.
The Evoque features a sweeping coupe-like roofline, panoramic windscreen and an interior befitting of the upmarket Range Rover brand. Interior trims come in three themes; Pure, Prestige and Dynamic, with all three offering further customisation options.
These include a choice of alloy wheels, Land Rover’s stunning Terrain Response – the industry-leading off-road technology, an 8" touch screen and surround camera system.
Built at the Halewood plant on Merseyside, the Range Rover Evoque will also come with an seemingly endless array of colour choices and options combinations.
If you’re in any doubt about the buzz the Evoque is creating, the car was awarded the Best Production Car title in the recent Car Design Awards at the Geneva Motor Show.
There has also been a touch of celebrity help inside, with Victoria Beckham adding her input to the trims and upholstery inside the Evoque.
Of course, the Evoque will also deliver sub 130g/km of CO2 emissions – one of the lowest available in the luxury SUV class and a huge step forward for a manufacturer often criticised for environmentally unfriendly vehicles in the past.
All that has changed, and if the interest in the Range Rover Evoque is anything to go by, we can expect sales of the Evoque to be impressive when it arrives in summer 2011.