Land Rover has officially announced its plans to offer the Range Rover Evoque Cabrio for its customers in the near future.
The British based automaker Land Rover has officially confirmed its plans of introducing a convertible version of the posh Range Rover Evoque. The model in question is being confirmed for the very first time in the video posted below as the company is showing it, with a camouflaged body, for the very first time in its final production variant.
“Land Rover has confirmed the world’s first premium compact SUV convertible will go on sale in 2016 by releasing a unique underground testing film”, says the carmaker in its official press release.
The clip posted below has been shot 40 meters below the streets of London, UK, as the convertible version of the Range Rover Evoque has been granted access to the 42 km (26 miles) network of Crossrail tunnels for a development test. The film is showing us the model in question negotiating a range of obstacles through the 6.2 meter diameter tunnel and this is actually not the first time when an Evoque is being taken underground. Land Rover didn’t have too much to say about the final production version of the Range Rover Evoque Cabrio and this is expected to be exactly the same as its solid roof brother, except for some added weight in order for it to cope with the missing roof. The engine lineup is expected to be carried over. The model will be introduced in 2016.