Range Rover Evoque

The Evoque captures the spirit of the Range Rover and brings it into a stylish, more compact package

If you want the Range Rover experience but want something a bit more compact, then the Evoque should be your first port of call. Blending style with technology and modern-day powertrains, it is most certainly worth a look.

Need to know


The Evoque is the smallest model in the Range Rover line-up, but it still gets all the same four-wheel-drive tech as the larger models.


The Evoque was the first car to be available with Ground View technology, which effective makes the bonnet invisible by projecting camera imagery onto the touchscreen to show the full view of the front of the vehicle – ideal for rough terrain or high city-centre kerbs.


The new Evoque is now available with a variety of different powertrains, including a plug-in hybrid.

Range Rover Evoque range

Range Rover Evoque S

From £43,660

  • 18" Style 5074 wheels

  • LED headlights

  • Sound System

  • Auto-dimming interior rear view mirror

Range Rover Evoque Dynamic SE

From £46,235

  • 19" Style 5136, Gloss Dark Grey wheels

  • LED headlights with signature DRL

  • Grained leather seat facings

  • Interactive Driver Display

Range Rover Evoque Dynamic HSE

From £52,295

  • Pixel LED headlights with signature DRL

  • Windsor leather seats

  • Terrain response 2

  • Blind Spot Assist

Range Rover Evoque Autobiography

From £57,670

  • Sliding panoramic roof

  • Pixel LED highlights with signature DRL

  • Adaptive dynamics

  • ClearSight interior rear view mirror

Range Rover Evoque Plug-in Hybrid

From £49,000

  • 18" Style 5074

  • Grained leather seat facings

  • Sound System

  • R-Dynamic Exterior Pack

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While the Evoque might be the smallest and most accessible entry into Range Rover ownership, it most certainly doesn’t feel ‘entry-level’. With a stunning design that looks at home around the city as it does in the country, as well as the latest technology and engines, it’s an SUV that’s able to do the job of a far larger vehicle.

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The Evoque is underpinned by the same adventure-focused chassis that you’d find underneath the full-size Range Rover. It’s just all on a slightly smaller scale.

Evoque models are available with four-wheel-drive, and are surprisingly good off road with decent wading depths helping to make this compact SUV more capable in difficult conditions than you might expect. You might notice the Evoque’s short overhangs - these help with approach and departure angles. But the Evoque is a car just as well-suited to the city, courtesy of its fashion-led design. 


The outside of the Evoque takes the classic Range Rover aesthetic and applies it to a smaller canvas. You’ve got the slim, eye-catching headlights, while around the back slim LED units give this junior Range Rover a fantastic signature.


You might notice that the Evoque has a split-roof design, and that has been a hallmark since the car’s inception. A number of eye-catching colours are available too and you can contrast these with a number of finisher options. The rose gold detailing in particular gives this Range Rover an upmarket finish.


The new Evoque is more tech-focused than ever. As with other cars within the JLR stable, the Evoque uses the latest Pivi Pro system which gives quick access to media and navigation functions via a high-definition central screen. The 11.4-inch display is curved to make it even more intuitive to use.

Amazon’s Alexa service is included on the new Evoque as well, giving you the ability to make changes within the car by voice command alone. The Evoque is also kept fully up to date via over-the-air updates to ensure that it’s as sharp on the technology front as it is to look at.

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Engines & Performance

Land Rover offers a great range of engines on the Evoque, including petrol, diesel and a plug-in hybrid that we’ll cover in a separate section. 

If you’d like a petrol, there’s the P200 or P250, both of which use 2.0-litre engines producing 197bhp and 246bhp respectively. Each is four-wheel-drive and uses a nine-speed automatic gearbox. The P250 offers the best performance outside of the plug-in hybrid, with 0-60mph being dispatched in seven seconds. 

As for diesel, the range begins with the 163bhp D165. You can even have it with a manual gearbox, which is front-wheel-drive, whereas with an automatic transmission, it is sold with four-wheel-drive. With a claimed 46.7mpg, it’s the most efficient non-plug-in hybrid Evoque available. Above this is the D200 – a 197bhp 2.0-litre diesel – which is still capable of a claimed 44mpg.