New Range Rover Evoque hybrid on the way

The next generation Range Rover Evoque, due in 2019, will feature a 48V mild hybrid system. The new second-generation Range Rover Evoque will feature hybrid technology, Auto Express can confirm. The new model was caught testing by an eagle-eyed reader in Spain, and the registration reveals it to be a 2.0-litre car with a hybrid electric fuel type. Although a Land Rover spokesman refused to comment, Auto Express understands that the car will feature a 2.0-litre diesel Ingenium engine with a 48V mild hybrid system. The new car is based…

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New 2019 Range Rover Evoque spied winter testing

Next Evoque is spotted in disguise on the road, with styling cues taken from the Velar and an increase in passenger space. Land Rover’s second-generation Range Rover Evoque has been spied conducting winter development testing, ahead of an expected launch at the start of 2019. Our photographers have snapped the Mk2 Evoque before, but in normal driving conditions. These latest images from Land Rover’s designated winter development route are much clearer than previous shots, and show a pack of Evoques undergoing testing around a year ahead of the car’s introduction…

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2019 Range Rover Evoque: Velar influence shown with new spy pics

Smash hit’s successor will arrive in 2019 with improved comfort, more connectivity and JLR’s latest engines, including a petrol-electric hybrid. Land Rover is just one year away from revealing its second-generation Evoque, which has now been spotted testing on British roads with production-spec bodywork. To ensure its success, the company will tinker little with the current car’s formula and maintain the distinctive coupé-style shape that helped define a segment. It will also add Velar-like features to enhance the car’s premium image – as shown by the most recently spotted development…

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New 2019 Range Rover Evoque spied with Velar inspiration

Next Evoque is spotted in disguise on the road, with styling cues taken from the Velar and an increase in passenger space. Land Rover intends to replace the hugely popular Range Rover Evoque with a second generation model, due at the start of 2019. Already, though, prototypes for the all-important small SUV have been spotted testing on UK roads. Engineers and designers are working on an evolution of a model that has sold well over 600,000 examples since its launch in 2011. They’re aiming to offer better connectivity and more…

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Range Rover Evoque’s Chinese copycat takes on a new look

The Landwind X7 has been facelifted for the first time since its reveal caused outrage for its similarity to the Range Rover Evoque. Landwind’s most infamous model now looks less like the Evoque on which its design was so clearly based. However, it is not known whether the brand has succumbed to global pressure about the design or if the refresh was already planned. On top of the new look, the X7 has a new 158bhp turbocharged petrol engine, according to CarNewsChina. It joins the 187bhp 2.0-litre unit, which is…

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