Geneva 2012: Range Rover Evoque Convertible [Live Photos]
Now that the designers and engineers have done their job, it is time for us, together with you, to do ours. To be more precise, Land Rover is waiting for the public’s reaction in order to give the vehicle the production green light. The company isn't rushing, as it wants to make sure there's a market for this car before building it.
If the vehicle does become a real car, it will be offered with the entire range of tech features from the standard Evoque, which means that we’ll get to choose between petrol and diesel engines, as well as between front- and all-wheel drive.
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