Six years after the model first went on sale, Land Rover has announced a special edition model of its popular SUV: the Range Rover Evoque Landmark.
March saw UK car manufacturing at a record high and, according to Land Rover, an Evoque rolls off the production line at their Halewood plant every 170 seconds. The site has produced 600,000 units of the Evoque since 2011, with the majority destined for export markets.
Based on the 180hp TD4 diesel Evoque, the Landmark is available in three colours: Yulong White, Corris Grey and Moraine Blue. Exterior design details include grey accents with the fixed panoramic glass roof and 19-inch alloy wheels.
Inside, the Evoque Landmark features leather seats with contrasting grey stitching, as well as keyless entry and automatic handsfree tailgate.
An array of optional technology includes a ten-inch touchscreen which provides a 4G Wi-Fi hotspot and is compatible with Spotify. Owners can use a dedicated app to check the fuel level and location of their vehicle and to pre-heat or cool the cabin. Those opting for Touch Pro Services get real-time traffic mapping and a sidebar featuring weather, news headlines and a flight tracker.
Pricing for the Range Rover Evoque Landmark starts from £39,000 for the manual model and £40,000 for the automatic. Land Rover will open its order books on 10th May when the Landmark appears at the Royal Windsor Horse Show.