2019 Range Rover Evoque. Moreover, what we find very interesting is that the Range Rover will now be available with a hybrid plug engine under the hood. Of course, it will mainly be introduced with four-cylinder gasoline and diesel. Visually, the new Range Rover Evoque will probably continue with the same design as its predecessor. And it can only get some minor adjustments in order to keep fresh.
The new version Range Rover Evoque E will be available in three-door and five-door versions. The Range Rover Evoque was one of the hits hit under the new look of the Jaguar Land Rover – the only model that sent a rocket until the sales of a British SUV specialist also discovered the sporty style along with a well-established utility. Now the second hard album looms large and we have taken spy photos of the 2019 Mk2 Range Rover Evoque outside and around on the test.
There were rumors about the upcoming 2019 Range Rover Evoque E platform; specifically, the question was whether the ride would be on the same platform as Land Rover Freelander that also supports Discovery Sport or it will be built on a new one. The second is more likely to happen, so the new Range Rover Evoque will likely ride on a modified version of the L-Mass architecture. Further, it will also be larger than its predecessor which will affect the interior space.
Speaking of the exterior, the 2019 model year will feature a similar design from its predecessor, but will be updated a bit. These changes will include a sleek and slightly modified headlamps. Moreover, the rear end will be more diverse than before. When it comes to interior, the 2019 Range Rover Evoque E will arrive with the cabin more spacious due to a new platform. The rear passenger area will be much larger, providing more comfort.
The engineers are busy mating the latest four-cylinder ingenious engines with electric motors and the latest battery technology. An additional 1.5-liter, three-cylinder hybrid is being developed, according to Car magazine. Our new aircraft confirm that Land Rover is not about to breed with one of its most successful designs in recent years. Having sold about 700,000 Range Rover Evoques since its launch in 2011, the model inspired by the Lexus 2008 concept car will remain faithful to the Coupe-like profile – with an additional dose of Vellar-inspired marshes.
The five-door carved wood paneling with shallow green clusters is usually above an upgraded version of the familiar D8 architecture that also supports Discovery Sport and the new Jaguar E-Pace. The extended wheelbase extended in addition to cabin space and additional shoe, and will again provide an option of front or four-wheel drive. Light hybrid versions operate a new 48-volt electric system, enabling many new auxiliary devices to be powered instead of the engine to enhance efficiency and reduce carbon dioxide emissions.
A small electric motor helps acceleration under full throttle and during cycling, allowing the internal combustion engine to rest more often, again boosting the mpg and nibbling away at those emissions. This is pretty much a mild hybrid, with less emphasis on silent Yves running around town. All the planned engines for the 2019 Range Rover Evoque are now known as the Ingenium – they are all from a family at home from the four-cylinder turbo engines built by Glaser at the new Wolverhampton plant. Output power ranges from 148 bhp at the lowest diesel to approximately 300 bhp in Flying Gasoline. But three-cylinder versions are coming, we understand that they will debut in hybrid capacity.
As for the price, 2019 Range Rover Evoque is likely to start at about $42,500. Probably will not come before 2019.