We’ve seen it, we’ve driven it – and now we can tell you how much it’ll cost! Land Rover has released the pricing list for the Range Rover Evoque, and the big news is that you can buy one from just £27,955.
That will get you the entry-level 5-door eD4 2WD model in ‘Pure’ spec with the 6-speed manual, while the 4WD option commands a £750 premium. However if you want the flagship Evoque coupe, equipped with a 240bhp 2.0-litre turbo and auto 'box then it’ll set you back a Porsche Boxster rivalling £44,320.
Personalisation is the key to the Evoque’s appeal - so there’s plenty of scope for creating a bespoke feel. Land Rover offers three ‘design themes’ Pure, Prestige and Dynamic, which will act as a starting point – possible enhancements include 12 exterior colours, three treatments for the roof, seven different alloy wheels and 16 interior schemes.
Even entry level buyers are unlikely to feel short-changed though - as ‘Pure’ Evoques come equipped with 18-inch alloys, heated leather seats, a touch screen display, climate control, Bluetooth and two USB ports. Hill Launch Assist and Hill Descent Control are standard too – although the latter is only available on 4WD models.
Sportier ‘Dynamic’ models feature deeper body sills and bumpers, black highlights on the mirrors, grille and side fender blades, as well as 20-inch Sparkle Silver alloys. Inside, there are aluminium covers for the pedals, a metal finish to the centre console and a leather-covered steering wheel and gearknob. Land Rover’s Adaptive Dynamics system including MagnaRide damper control is also standard on the Dynamic, and can be specified as an option on Prestige SD4 models.
The Evoque goes on sale in 4WD guise in September this year, with 2WD models following in spring 2012, and there's a £1,000 premium if you opt for the stylish coupe over the more practical five-door.
Read our exclusive first drive here…