Range Rover Evoque Launched in India

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Land Rover is owned by Tata, so it comes as no surprise to us that the brand new Range Rover Evoque was brought over to the sub-continent on such short notice. The brand new crossover was launched today in India in both five-door and three-door versions, being offered at 56.91 lakh on the road in Mumbai, which is a whopping €84,224 at the current exchange rate.
The three-door version of the Evoque can only be purchased in its range topping Dynamic trim level and fitted with the 240 hp 2.0-liter gasoline engine. As for the five-door, that will be sold in all three trim levels, Pure, Prestige and Dynamic, and with the 2.2-liter 190 hp turbodiesel.

Standard features on all Evoques will come to include Terrain Response, a fixed panoramic glass roof, Xenon headlamps, 17-inch wheels, keyless start, climate control, electric adjust front seats in leather, 8-inch touch screen, Bluetooth connectivity with audio streaming and an 11-speaker Meridian audio system.

For an in depth look at the Evoque, check out our latest test drive.
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