The fully redesigned 2020 Land Range Rover Evoque has a premium cabin, a refined ride, and exceptional off-road ability. Its predicted reliability rating, however, is subpar. Because the Evoque hasn't been fully crash tested, we don’t assign it a class rank or overall score.
Pros & Cons
- Premium cabin
- Capable off-roader
- Below-average fuel economy with gas engines
- Small cargo hold
- Slow-shifting transmission
Range Rover Evoque Interior
This Land Rover seats up to five people on leather upholstery, and the front occupants get 10-way power-adjustable seats. Options include ventilated and heated front seats, front seats with added power adjustability, massaging front seats, heated rear seats, upgraded leather upholstery, and a heated steering wheel.
The front seats are comfortable and supportive. The second row has a little more kneeroom than previous-generation Evoques, but back-seat space is still a bit tight.
Range Rover Evoque and Car Seats
The Land Rover Range Rover Evoque has two full sets of LATCH connections for securing child car seats.
Range Rover Evoque Interior Quality
As you’d expect from a luxury SUV, this Land Rover has a premium cabin. It’s attractive, quiet, and filled with soft-touch surfaces.
Range Rover Airvent
Range Rover Gear stick
Range Rover Dashboard
Range Rover Door Remote
Range Rover Audio Systems
Range Rover Evoque Cargo Space
The 2020 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque has 21.5 cubic feet of space behind the rear seats and 50.5 cubic feet with them folded down. That’s about average for the class, though rivals like the Jaguar E-Pace have more room. A power liftgate and a gesture-based liftgate, which allows you to open the liftgate by waving your foot under the bumper, are available.
Range Rover Evoque Infotainment, Bluetooth, and Navigation
Standard equipment in the Range Rover Evoque includes a 10-inch touch screen, a Wi-Fi hot spot, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, a navigation system, Bluetooth, a USB port, and a six-speaker stereo. A second 10-inch touch screen is available as part of the InControl Touch Pro Duo infotainment system, as are a head-up display, a digital instrument cluster, a Meridian stereo, satellite radio, HD Radio, and a sunroof.
While the Touch Pro Duo interface is a step up from the old InControl interface, the touch screens can be hard to read while driving. Smartphone users will appreciate standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
Range Rover Evoque Engine: A Wide Range of Power
The Evoque comes with a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine rated at 246 horsepower. R-Dynamic models pair this engine with a mild hybrid system, boosting output to 296 horsepower. A nine-speed automatic transmission comes standard with both.
The base engine isn't particularly muscular, but it provides sufficient power for daily driving. R-Dynamic Evoques have brisker acceleration thanks to their gas-electric powertrains. Critics were divided on the transmission, with some finding that it makes timely shifts and others noting that the shifts could be crisper. Most agreed that it was an improvement from the transmission in the outgoing model.
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