Range Rover has introduced the new Evoque Autobiography Dynamic at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.
The newly unveiled Range Rover Evoque Autobiography Dynamic is the most powerful version of the model unveiled yet, as it’s coming with a 2.0 liter petrol engine, producing a total output of 281 HP and 400 Nm of torque. This represents 45 HP and 60 Nm more than the existing Range Rover Evoque and it’s coming with the 9-speed automatic transmission, signed by ZF, along with the active driveline, as standard. The cassis of the model has been revised and this also has upgraded 350 mm front brake discs.
The Range Rover Evoque Autobiography Dynamic has also received the world’s first InControlTM Apps, which is optimizing smartphone apps to be displayed and to be controlled, with their original look, on the car’s touch screen. Future owners of this model will be able to connect their smartphones to the vehicle through a dedicated USB port which is compatible with Android and iPhone apps.
“The introduction of the new range-topping Autobiography Dynamic together with Land Rover InControlTM Apps, take the Range Rover Evoque’s core strengths a step further, bringing increased levels of dynamic ability, desirability, luxury and connectivity to the already successful line-up”, said Murray Dietsch, the Director of Land Rover Programmes, in Geneva.
Some of the other goodies found on this vehicle also include the Santorini black contrast roof, the illuminated tread plates, the 20-inch forged alloy wheels, premium leather interior and with the new Phoenix Orange color. The Range Rover Evoque Autobiography Dynamic is available in two body styles, with three or five doors and it’s expected to cost more than 50,000 GBP once it will become available.