-Will sport an evolutionary design
- To debut hybrid powertrain options
-Codenamed L551 and will use an evolution of the current D8 platform
-In addition to hybrid powertrains, it will also make use of four-cylinder diesel and petrol engines
The second generation Range Rover Evoque was spotted undergoing performance testing at the Nurburgring in Germany. The British automaker’s most successful model, in terms of volumes, will be in its 10th year this year and it seems as good a time as any to bring in a new generation for the SUV.
The next generation car will make use of an evolutionary version of the current car’s D8 platform. It’s expected to spawn at least one hybrid model but will also offer standard petrol and diesel powertrain options.
The camouflage is on pretty strong so it is kind of hard to tell if there major changes to the design but as the company starts to get into the later phases of testing, we can expect more camouflage to come off the car.