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Image gallery: 2019 Range Rover Evoque

Team OD  /
23 Nov 2018 16:00:27 IST

Eight years after the original was unveiled and wowed the world, the Evoque enters its second generation. At first glance, it may seem like not much has changed stylistically, but that's mainly because you're probably used to the face already - being extremely similar to the one that's on the Velar. Land Rover design director Gerry McGovern designed the original Evoque, debuted his reductive design philosophy on the Velar and the team has carried it forward to the compact SUV as well. So, to that end there's sleek wrap-around headlights and tail lights at either end, with lines clearly flowing into one another. Even the sides have been cleaned up, with hidden door handles and clever demarcated lower sills on the doors. You can also read all about the new SUV and what's under the skin here. Since sometimes pictures say it best, here's an image gallery with everything interesting on the new Range Rover Evoque.

The new Evoque follows design reductionism principles to achieve a sleeker overall look than the previous gen

Distinguishable from the larger Velar when viewed head-on, by the slimmer grille and classic Evoque vent under it

New Evoque said to have improved off-roading chops with Terrain Response 2, the automatic and all-in-one solution for tackling the non-roads less travelled

Wading capabilities improved by 100mm, taking it up to 600mm of water claimed to not be an issue for the new Evoque

Sleeker tail lights and gloss black connecting panel round off the mini-Velar look

New cabin layout closely follows the reductionist trend, again as in the larger Range Rovers

Touch Pro Duo infotainment system gets Apple CarPlay and Android Auto from factory

ClearSight Ground View uses cameras in the grille to show a 180 deg view of the front of the car, opening up the field of view to what's directly under the front wheels

Camera feed can replace inner-rear view mirror to take care of one of Evoque's main issue of rear visibility

Rear seat legroom is up by 20mm thanks to wheelbase stretch, while interior materials are all-new and organic alternatives to leather

Boot space improved by 10 per cent due to adoption of new Premium Transverse Architecture platform

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