It has been known for a while that Land Rover plans to introduce a variety of vehicles based on the Range Rover Evoque. Future offerings that are on the drawing board include the Evoque Convertible concept. What you see is pretty much what you will get when (if) the Evoque Convertible goes into production.
Chalk another one up for the Range Rover Evoque. The total number of awards gathered by the 2012 Evoque has to be flirting with three digit territory as media outlets around the world push the Evoque to the top of their lists. Most recently, MSN Cars UK named the Evoque its Car of the Year based on reader feedback.
Even though there are already quite a few street-tuned bespoke Range Rover Evoque designs floating around, every now and then one surfaces that manages to combined a bold look while still retaining the Evoque's overall character. The Onyx Range Rover Evoque Rogue Edition is one such custom.
It was recently announced that Jaguar Land Rover is waiting for the final regulatory approval on its partnership with a Chinese automaker. The purpose of the partnership is to assemble vehicles in China for the local market, which is on track to become Jaguar Land Rover's largest market. JLR plans to spend as much as $160 million on a facility in China.
Land Rover's latest TV spot for the 2012 Range Rover Sport borrows imagery from the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) to construct a Range Rover Sport particle by particle. Land Rover's new ad is titled "Positively Charged" and was produced by RKCR/Y&R out of London.