2020 Range Rover Evoque Pickup Rendering Is a Mess

2020 Range Rover Evoque Pickup Rendering Is a Mess 1 photo
Photo: X-Tomi Design
Crossover and SUVs - that's the only thing the media talks about. But if you look at the American sales numbers, pickup trucks from GM and Ford are still dominating, and it's only a matter of time before the Europeans get in on the action.
It's only natural when you consider that $80,000 trucks aren't that uncommon. But for now, the big names in the SUV business, like Land Rover or BMW, don't want a slice of that action. Eventually, they will, but in the meantime, our curiosity will be satisfied by a continuing barrage of renderings.

This one is based on the Range Rover Evoque, the new one, which is the last car you'd expect a pickup variant of. Still, we said that with the convertible, and look what happened.

Regardless, X-Tomi made a 2-door truck with a short bed. It wouldn't be very practical, and kind of reminds us of the custom Dacia Duster pickups made in Romania. Still, the design which the Evoque stole from the Velar means it looks good even when chopped up. The only part that doesn't work for us is the rear window, but that always happens with renderings like this.

Even if you can't have it as a truck, there are plenty of other cool things to love about the new Evoque SUV. For example, the infotainment system can learn your preferences for music or heating. You can use the Land Rover app to remotely access its functions, while the activity bracelet means you can go surfing and never worry about getting your key stolen or wet.

It's also going to be available with a plug-in hybrid system for the first time. You can even have it with a material made from eucalyptus. We know there are many Evoque drivers that are vegetarian. But then what would those folks need a truck for?
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About the author: Mihnea Radu
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Mihnea's favorite cars have already been built, the so-called modern classics from the '80s and '90s. He also loves local car culture from all over the world, so don't be surprised to see him getting excited about weird Japanese imports, low-rider VWs out of Germany, replicas from Russia or LS swaps down in Florida.
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