Design-wise, there are no changes to the interior layout of this five-seater SUV. So, one still sits comfortably low in the ergonomically good cabin with supportive seats even if it’s not essentially very spacious. But it’s now decked up with grained ebony leather seats with a perforated mid-section and contrasting light grey stitching. There’s also a new dark satin brushed finish for the aluminium centre console trim that elevates the premium feel of the already luxurious interior. Conversely, the cabin still cannot be termed as a spacious one for five occupants. However, visually, the huge panoramic sunroof manages to increase the sense of space inside. And thanks to a new motorised gesture tailgate, the sufficiently large boot can now be accessed more conveniently.
This brings us to the features of the Evoque Landmark Edition, which is slotted above the LE trim in Evoque’s line-up. Still, it gets some features like keyless entry from trims above. Sure, this one might miss a CD player, but then it comes equipped with a 10-inch touch screen system with JLR’s specially curated InControl app services for all your entertainment needs. If that’s not all, the carmaker is also offering WiFi hotspot and Pro Services that include enhanced navigation, infotainment and connectivity capabilities. On the safety front, ABS, airbags and ISOFIX child safety seat mounting points are some features amongst many others. These include stop/start and roll stability control, hill descent control, dynamic stability control, all-terrain progress control etc. all of which are standard.