The British based automaker Land Rover is still planning on introducing a convertible version of the Range Rover Evoque.
If you thought that you won’t be hearing about the Range Rover Evoque Cabrio anymore, since it was unveiled as a concept back in 2012, during the Geneva Motor Show, think again, because the carmaker is still considering putting such a model into production. The announcement hasn’t been made official just yet and it is currently part of a report published by Autocar. Our source has managed to spot a prototype of the vehicle in question while it was being tested out in the United Kingdom
The picture isn’t revealing that much on the new model except for the retractable fabric roof and this should be put into production sometimes next year, probably along with the facelifted version of the regular Evoque. Rumor has it that it will be coming with the new four-cylinder Ingenium engines. As you might remember, the Range Rover Evoque Cabrio Concept also came with a retractable fabric roof. The concept was 75 kg heavier than the standard model and it was equipped with a Meridian audio system, with an 8-inch dual-view touch screen, terrain response, surround cameras, roll-over protection, 21-inch wheels and more.