Range Rover Evoque Convertible Coming in 2014

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Three months after Land Rover said the Range Rover Evoque Convertible Concept won’t go into production, a new report claims that the “chopped” crossover SUV could arrive in 2014.
Citing an anonymous company source familiar with the matter, What Car? reports that the Range Rover Evoque Convertible has been approved for production. “The Evoque Convertible now has the green light, it's going to be built,” the Land Rover insider told What Car?

The new vehicle is reportedly scheduled to go into production in 2014 with a fabric roof. The Evoque Convertible will be based on the three-door Coupe version and won’t require major structural changes, the report adds. As expected, the Evoque Convertible will share engines with the existing models.

The current Range Rover Evoque can be ordered with a choice of three powerplants - a 2.0-liter petrol engine (240 BHP), a 2.2-liter eD4 diesel (150 BHP), and a 2.2-liter SD4 diesel (190 BHP).

Story via WhatCar?
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