Range Rover Evoque landmark edition launched priced at Rs. 50.20 Lakh

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Land Rover has introduced the 2018 Range Rover Evoque Landmark Edition in India and has priced it at 50.20 lakh. The Landmark Edition commemorates six years of the stylish SUV. The SUV was launched globally in 2011 and it came to India too in November the same. However, the number of players in the SUV segment has gone up significantly and even Mercedes-Benz, Audi, BMW and newbie Lexus have all been bringing out updates to their models.

Range Rover had to update the Evoque and the Landmark Edition comes equipped with a host of them which distinguishes it with from the standard model. These include a dynamic body style kit, body coloured lower door cladding, a graphite atlas grille, bonnet, fender vent and tailgate lettering. It also gets gloss black 18-inch wheels, a carpathian grey contrast roof and a choice of three exterior colours which includes Moraine Blue. The cabin is outfitted with dark satin brushed aluminium center console trim finishers surrounded by grained ebony leather seats with contrasting light lunar stitching and perforated mid-section. The Landmark Version also sees features like keyless entry and a powered gesture tailgate. Under the hood of the Evoque Landmark Edition is a 2-litre Ingenium diesel motor which churns out 177 bhp and develops 430 Nm of peak torque. The Evoque can go from a standstill to 100 kmph in mere 9 seconds while top speed is rated at 195 kmph.

Rohit Suri, President & Managing Director, Jaguar Land Rover India Ltd said, “The Range Rover Evoque has brought Range Rover luxury and refinement to new customers around the world and in India. It’s critically acclaimed design, desirability and all-terrain capability has been further enhanced with the Model Year 2018 Range Rover Landmark Edition and we are happy to offer it to our discerning customers. With its striking looks and updated feature set, we are self-assured that the Range Rover Evoque fan base will grow even further.”