The test mule was slightly camouflaged and was being transported over a flatbed truck. For the Indian market, only the HSE Dynamic variant is expected to be offered. This version comes powered by a 2.0-litre Si4 turbocharged four-cylinder petrol mill that churns out 237bhp of power and 340Nm of torque. It comes mated to a nine-speed automatic transmission and power is sent to all the wheels via a four-wheel drive system. The car does the 0-100 sprint in 8.6 seconds and reaches a top-speed of 209kmph.
The main USP of the SUV is the soft-top roof with a glass rear screen tucked under a plastic cover located behind the rear seats. This fully-automated roof has a Z-fold mechanism with the help of which it closes in 18 seconds and can close in 21 seconds at speeds of 48kmph.
Land Rover will launch the Range Rover Evoque convertible in India via the CBU route. It is the fifth member of the Range Rover family and for the global market is manufactured at the brand’s Halewood plant in the UK.
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