The Evoque is a status car just as much as it is a coupe or a crossover, so this chapter is very important for it. More than in many other cars, you really need to be generous when ticking optional extras in order to make its formula work.
This will obviously pump the price up. Our test car followed this recipe and treated us with goodies like a full leather finish, with the interior coming in a two-tone scheme, electric (with a memory function) and heated front seats, Xenon headlights and Jaguar-borrowed touch-sensitive front interior lights, as well as a multifunctional steering wheel and
The main toy was the touchscreen infotainment system. This uses a home menu that becomes a bit crowded, trying to give you all the information and possibilities at once.
Another optional feature that you really need to have is the rear view camera. We really can't see how you could park the car daily without it.
However, you won't like the mediocre plastics used for the medium area of the center console and the rear interior lights.
The standard features that we really appreciated include the pop-up gearshift knob and the electric hand brake, which really works as an emergency brake while you're on the move.Continue reading