The Range Rover Evoque Convertible has been placed into the spotlights once again with the manufacturer releasing a video with it hitting the streets.
After being officially presented to the public at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, the Range Rover Evoque Convertible Concept is once again highlighted, thanks to a video which was recently released by the automaker, revealing the model while it’s driving around the narrow streets of London. Even if this is the fourth or the fifth time when the Evoque Convertible ends up in our news, Land Rover still hasn’t decide whether or not the small crossover, in the drop-top version, will be hitting the production line.
As a reminder, the Range Rover Evoque Convertible is 75 kg heavier than the standard version and the model can come in either two or four-wheel drive layout. The drop-top has been developed by Gerry McGovern, the Land Rover design director, and his team, and the official is saying that the Evoque Convertible is unique, with a potential of becoming desirable.
The Range Rover Evoque will feature a fully retractable roof system along with a roll-over protection, and the crossover will come with surround cameras, park assist, terrain response, infotainment with 8-inch dual view touch screen, Meridian audio system and 21-inch wheels. More details on the model will be announced if the manufacturer will decide to produce it.