Land Rover has updated the Range Rover Evoque for 2024 with styling revisions and tech upgrades. Prices in the UK start at £40,080 (OTR). The trim lineup includes S, Dynamic SE, Dynamic HSE and Autobiography.
|Trims||UK OTR prices|
|Evoque Dynamic HSE||£51,800|
The 2024 Range Rover Evoque looks exactly the same as the second-gen Evoque that debuted back in fall 2018, but if you look again, you’ll find that the new model has got four-pod Pixel LED headlights with new LED signatures. These lights are standard on HSE and Autobiography trims. The other two models get new LED headlights. The grille shape is the same, but it has a new pattern this time around, and at the rear, you’ve a new set of taillights with one C-shape as opposed to two C-shapes before. The base model rides on 18-inch wheels while higher models get design options up to 21-inches.
The new Range Rover Evoque’s color palette now features Arroios Grey, Tribeca Blue and Corinthian Bronze. Depending on the paint, buyers can choose Narvik Black or Corinthian Bronze contrast roof paint; both options cost an extra £650.
The range-topping model comes with Adaptive Dynamics as standard. The system constantly analyses acceleration, steering, throttle and brake pedal activity. The electronically controlled dampers are said to adjust 100 times a second to offer an optimum balance between comfort, refinement and agility at all times.
Well, on the inside, grabbing all the attention is a new 11.4-inch curved glass touchscreen, included as standard across the lineup. It’s the same unit we saw in the 2024 Range Rover Velar and the 2024 Range Rover Sport. Except for the base model, the rest all get a 12.3-inch driver display.
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The minimalistic dashboard is also very similar to that of the Evoque’s bigger siblings. Which means you don’t have two screens in the middle this time around. Wireless Apple CarPlay & Android Auto connectivity and wireless smartphone charging are also included as standard across the lineup. The HSE model gets a fixed panoramic glass roof while the Autobiography model boasts a sliding one.
Material choices include leather-free Kvadrat wool blend; Moonlight Chrome; Technical Light Anodised or Dark Anodised Aluminium (depending on the model), and Shadow Grey Ash Veneer (Autobiography).
Powertrain options (depending on the model) include D165 (120 kW/163 metric hp 2.0L diesel with 6-MT), D165 mild-hybrid (121 kW/165 metric hp 2.0L diesel with 9-AT), D200 mild-hybrid (150 kW/204 metric hp 2.0L diesel with 9-AT), P200 mild-hybrid (147 kW/200 metric hp 2.0L petrol with 9-AT), P250 mild-hybrid (183 kW/249 metric hp 2.0L petrol with 9-AT), and of course, P300e PHEV (1.5L petrol + 8-AT + an electric motor on the rear axle, offering a system power output of 227 kW or 309 metric hp).