2020 Range Rover Evoque Owner's Manual
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The 2020 Range Rover Evoque is an SUV of the K1 class. A restyled version of the model took place at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2015.
No matter how extraordinary the Range Rover Evoque was, sooner or later the British would have to make adjustments to its appearance. This moment came in 2015, but LandRover did not change anything seriously, so as not to violate the car’s originality. However, the designers tweaked the front bumper, air intake, and grille shapes to make the Evoque look even more aggressive. Lights have also changed, fog lights have become LED, and head optics have become not only LED but also adaptive – for the first time for Jaguar and Land Rover models.
Land Rover engineers did not make any noticeable changes to the settings of the 2020 Range Rover Evoque. He already feels great both on the paved road and on rough terrain. Especially with the optional Adaptive Dynamics suspension with shock absorbers filled with magnetorheological fluid. The principle of operation of such a system is complex: five control units take readings from numerous sensors every millisecond and every 20 milliseconds give corrective commands to the shock absorbers. The fluid in the shock absorbers, under the influence of an electric current, changes its viscosity. Consequently, the suspension reacts to any surprises on the road, instantly changing the stiffness.