Showing posts in the category of Range Rover Evoque

Another Range Rover Evoque Tune from Project Kahn


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This Volcanic Grey Satin-painted Range Rover Evoque is the latest creation from UK tuner Project Kahn.

Range Rover Evoque Cabriolet Prototype Suggests Production Model Is on the Way


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Just when everyone thought a convertible Range Rover Evoque is off the table for good, a drop-top Evoque prototype was spotted on UK roads.

Land Rover CEO Pissed at LandWind Over Their X7 Evoque Clone


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Land Rover CEO Dr Ralf Speth said LandWind’s X7 SUV qualifies as an Intellectual Property theft and will approach Chinese officials about the matter at the Guangzhou Auto Show.

New Land Wind X7 is China's Range Rover Evoque Knockoff


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We don’t know if you noticed it, but Landwind's, or rather Land Wind's [sic], new X7 looks like the Range Rover Evoque – a lot, actually.

Range Rover Evoque Now Made in China As Well


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Jaguar Land Rover today inaugurated its first assembly plant outside the UK with Chinese partner Chery Automobile Company.

Land Rover Could Finally Bring A Diesel To The U.S.


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Jaguar has already announced its 2017 XE sedan would be available with a diesel engine for the U.S. market, so it comes as no surprise Land Rovers may get one here, too.

Range Rover Evoque Gets Patriotic SW1 Editions for Paris Motor Show


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Now that Scotland has voted to remain in the United Kingdom, Land Rover has safely released its SW1 special editions models for the Range Rover Evoque inspired by the Union Jack.

Khan Gives Range Rover Evoque a Big Flashy LED Smile


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The Range Rover Evoque, while quite compact-looking, still stands out in a crowd and is easily noticed – it’s meant to be flashy and it pulls it off really well. Should you want to up the flashiness and have a more bespoke look to your Evoque, Khan Design can step in with their Prestige Lux kit.

Can’t Afford a Range Rover Evoque? The Landwind X7 Clone is Four Times Cheaper


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Remember the patent images of the Range Rover Evoque Chinese copy, the Landwind X7?

China's Landwind Pulls a Range Rover Evoque Clone Out of its Hat


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If, as they say, imitation is a sincere form of flattery, then the folks over at Land Rover must be blushing from the adoration of China's Landwind, or rather, Land Wind, judging by their newly designed company insignia adorning the edge of the hood of the upcoming X7 Breeze SUV.

Land Rover Will Start Building SUV in China this Year, Could Be the Evoque


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Jaguar-Land Rover (JLR) plans to start building cars in China by the end of this year, the company owned by India’s Tata Motors announced at the Beijing Auto Show. The first model to be made in China is a Land Rover SUV, but the company didn’t say which one.

Range Rover's Hotter Evoque Autobiography Dynamic Edition Packs 285PS


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It's no high performance model of the likes of BMW's M or Audi's RS-badged crossovers, but Range Rover's new Evoque Autobiography Dynamic Edition does spice things up with added power and the promise of sharper handling through a revised chassis.

Place Your Bets: New Porsche Macan S Diesel vs Range Rover Evoque SD4


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Diesel models are only starting to pop up on buyers' radars in North America, but in Europe, and especially for certain types of vehicles like SUVs, it's the de-facto engine choice, so it's only fitting that the press over there is placing a lot of focus on the new Porsche Macan S Diesel.

Range Rover Adds Two Autobiography Models to Evoque Range, Including 282HP Model


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Land Rover is upping luxury and performance with its two new Evoque versions dubbed Autobiography and Autobiography Dynamic. The latter is the more impressive sounding of the two, as it comes with performance mods, while the first is strictly plushness-oriented.

Land Rover May Use Jaguar’s Alloy Platform for New Range Rover Model Larger than Evoque


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Revealed at the Frankfurt Motor Show earlier this year, Jaguar’s C-X17 crossover concept introduced the brand’s new aluminum architecture that will underpin many future Jaguars, beginning with the new sedan due in 2015 that will rival the BMW 3-Series.

Spied: New Range Rover Sport RS and Evoque RS Sound Pretty Aggressive


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We first heard the rumors about Land Rover readying more potent and sportier versions of the Range Rover Sport and Evoque with the "RS" nameplate in the summer, and since then, we've actually scooped shots of the former in prototype trim. The Evoque RS, on the other hand, had remained hidden, until now.

Land Rover Rumored to be Planning Range Rover Evoque XL


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A freshly-posted Autocar report quotes Bernstein Research analysts in stating that Land Rover is looking to fill another niche in its Range Rover lineup by slotting a new model between the Evoque and Sport. It will reportedly be based on the same lightweight aluminum construction as Jaguar’s upcoming small sedan and internally goes by the name L560.

Land Rover Reveals Updated 2014 US Model Lineup with Prices


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Land Rover is bringing its completely updated new range to the US, for the 2014 model year, and that includes the all-new Range Rover Sport as well as improved versions of the already familiar models. For instance, the Evoque is getting its nine-speed gearbox too, and the LR4 (Discovery in Europe) had its naturally-aspirated power plant swapped out for a supercharged V6 unit with 340 hp.

Hamann's Range Rover Mystere and Evoque from the 2013 IAA


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Wrapping up our tour of the Hamann Motorsports booth at the Frankfurt Motor Show are two Land Rover models, the full-size Range Rover Mystere and the compact Evoque in both three- and five-door body styles.

Report Says Jaguar Crossover Won’t Use Range Rover Evoque Architecture


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A report published by CarAdvice says Jaguar will probably not use the underpinnings of the Range Rover Evoque for its crossover model. Furthermore, Jaguar's product planning manager, Steven De Ploey indirectly confirmed that the brand will sell both the crossover and a 3-Series rival, whereas at first, it was thought that only one was actually going to be turned into a production model.