Filed under: Luxury Cars & Autos
Land Rover unveiled the new Range Rover Evoque just a couple of months ago. But while it cuts a sleek profile, its three-door body-style won't be everyone's cup of tea. And so the British purveyor of luxury sport-utility vehicles has augmented the range with a more conventional five-door version as well.
The more versatile Evoque is otherwise essentially unchanged from the three-door version. 150 and 240-horsepower engines are available, in either economic front-wheel drive – a Land Rover first – or the company's go-anywhere all-wheel drive, complete with Land Rover Terrain Response. Only in the five-door version offers easier access to the rear seats for better passenger and cargo carrying capabilities. The Evoque hits 160 markets around the world beginning summer 2011.
Gallery: Range Rover Evoque 5-door