In its second-generation, the Evoque comes with a host of changed in terms of styling that takes major cues from its elder sibling Velar.
2020 Range Rover Evoque. (Image: Land Rover)
Land Rover is all set to launch the second-generation Evoque on January 20. After unveiling the car last year in India, Land Rover has decided to bring the model to India, a year after it was introduced in the international markets.
In its second-generation, the Evoque comes with a host of changed in terms of styling that takes major cues from its elder sibling Velar. This means that the car gets a new front with new headlight design, updated grille, and a new bumper as well. From the sides, the car pretty much carries the same silhouette that comes with a tapering roofline and steeply rising beltline. However, what’s new is the pop-out door handles. At the back, the car gets a new bumper design and tail-lights as well.