Land Rover has released the first teaser image with a facelifted version of the Range Rover Evoque as the model in question will be presented to the public in Geneva, next month.
The 2016 Range Rover Evoque will be making its public debut in a couple of weeks during the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. The vehicle is a facelifted version of the current one and it will be coming with new LED adaptive headlights, with a new front bumper, with a reworked grille, a new rear bumper, some modifications made to the taillights and some other tweaks which should be enough to put some distance between it and the current version.
The interior design of the facelifted Range Rover Evoque is believed to be carried over except for some minor tweaks and probably some different shades for the upholstery. The engine lineup of the model will be adding the four-cylinder Ingenium family of gasoline and diesel turbocharged units which are borrowed from the Land Rover Discovery Sport and from the Jaguar XE. The Range Rover Evoque has been introduced back in 2011 and it has entered production the same year, being put together in the UK and in China. The compact luxury crossover has a front engine and front-wheel / all-wheel drive layout and it is offered in two body styles, a 50door crossover and a 3-door crossover. The third body style, a convertible, is rumored to be introduced in Geneva too, but this hasn’t been confirmed yet.