First Range Rover Evoque to Be Sold at Auction

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The Range Rover Evoque has drawn a lot of attention (including our own - you can read autoevolution’s review here) since it was launched and the car continues to shine. The latest news related to it comes from its home country, the UK, where the public will witness the first Evoque to be sold at an auction.
A high-spec model dressed in Sumantra Black will go under the hammer next Monday (November 14) at BCA Derby, with the vehicle, which only has 51 miles on its odometer (82 km) being offered by

This is a 4WD model that brings goodies such as Pimento Red/Ebony leather interior, a panoramic glass roof and 20" Sparkle Silver alloy wheels, Dynamic Stability Control, Electronic Traction Control, Hill Descent Control, Hill Hold and Roll Stability Control, Hill Start Assist and Cruise Control.
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