One of the greatest successes of Land Rover in recent years is renewed completely. These days, we have had the opportunity to try for the first time the new generation of the Range Rover Evoque, a car that, though keeping the aesthetics of his predecessor, has been completely renovated, and has improved in all possible aspects. In the next few days I’ll talk at length about the car, but as we go forward, how will conforming to the range in the next few months, and in the next few years. The Range Rover Evoque will, with decision, by three-cylinder engines, in diesel, gasoline, and hybrid plug-in.
The range Range Rover Evoque at its launch
The Range Rover Evoque lands in the dealerships with a range of engines, diesel and gasoline, four-cylinder, the new generation of mechanical Ingenium. The most affordable starts at 40,000 euros, with a diesel of 150 HP, with manual gearbox, and front wheel drive. Although the most interesting will be at the top, with a whole range of diesel and petrol engines up to 300 HP power, all of them with total traction and automatic change, and, thanks to the latter, a system micro-hybrid 48 volt battery that ensures that they all receive the label ECHO.
In any case, those 40,000 euros access to the range we antojaban a bit high, according to the available offer in your direct rivals, such as the newly renovated Audi Q3.
The range of three-cylinder from the Range Rover Evoque
We know that Land Rover is preparing a hybrid version and a plug-in Range Rover Evoque, which will arrive at dealers in the next twelve months. We don’t know all the details, but yes that will have an electric motor powerful, and an internal combustion engine of three cylinders.
What is interesting is that the Range Rover Evoque still will have more engines of access and three cylinders. Land Rover will incorporate new engines, both diesel, as the petrol, with three cylinders, taking advantage of the modularity offered by the concept of the engine Ingenium, which with a displacement of 500 cm3 per cylinder applies to diesel and petrol engines, three -, four -, and six-cylinder in-line.
We don’t yet know its power, nor its benefits, but we can get an idea seeing that currently the Range Rover Evoque is available with a diesel of 150 HP and a gasoline 180 HP of power, these being their engines less powerful. In this way, the Range Rover Evoque could not only have versions of access more affordable, but also engines that are very interesting in combination with the automatic change, and the system micro-hybrid 48 volt, which guarantees the label ECHO.
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Test video of the Range Rover Evoque 2019