Joining the likes of Jaguar’s F-Type SVR, F-Pace and XE in New York, next week, will be two Land Rovers.
Scheduled to hit U.S. showrooms later this year, with a starting price of $50,475, the Range Rover Evoque Convertible will be on display in the Big Apple.
Based on the firm’s most successful model, the Evoque, the Convertible comes in a three-door body style, powered exclusively by a 240 PS (237 HP) 2.0-liter turbo four-pot mill, mated to a 9-speed auto. The drop-top Evoque celebrated its premiere last year, at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
Billed as the most luxurious and powerful series-production Range Rover in the vehicle’s 45-year history, the Range Rover SVAutobiography is available in the States immediately, priced from $199,495. The SUV features unique exterior design enhancements, it can be ordered in a dual-tone body color and it benefits from exclusive premium leather interior with unique trim finishes.
Under the hood, it shares the same supercharged V8 engine with the Range Rover Sport SVR, which is capable of producing 550 HP and 502 lb-ft (681 Nm) of torque, meaning 40 HP and 41 lb-ft (56 Nm) over the standard Range Rover supercharged V8 models.