2022 Range Rover Evoque Owner's Manual
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Land Rover Range Rover Evoque is a front or all-wheel drive ‘K1’ SUV. The first launch of the second-generation model took place in London in the autumn of 2018.
With the change of generations, the Evoque has also changed its platform, moving from the old, albeit modified, Ford EUCD to a ‘bogie’ of its own design with the brand name PTA (Premium Transverse Architecture), based on an improved McPherson at the front and a branded multi-link arm with three main arms and one intermediate arm at the rear. The body, though similar to its predecessor, is all-new, with even more aluminium and high-strength steel. The good news is that the wheelbase has been increased by 21mm (2681) with an unchanged overall length of 4.37m. And here, to compensate for the departure of the three-door production, the crossover is further lowered the rear roof line, giving the image more “coupe”.
The 2022 Range Rover Evoque’s exterior has clear DNA from its older brother, the Velar. The same pull-out door handles, the same shape of the front and rear optics with the characteristic bumper vents.