Range Rover Evoque Cabrio could finally reach production next year

In 2012 in the prestigious Geneva Motor Show began a history of not yet know, in an accurate way, the end. The British manufacturer Land Rover presented at the important appointment with a concept that attracted many, many looks, with a concept that is based on the successful Range Rover Evoque and like this has created much excitement. This concept is desmelenaba to offer a unique experience, SUV and convertible driving.

The debate over production Range Rover Evoque Cabrio remains open, although it may finally end sooner than later thanks to a reader of the average British Autocar. This could shoot with your smartphone to a test mule of the Range Rover Evoque Cabrio a rolling test mule for the Midlands and could confirm recent rumors that the Range Rover Evoque Cabrio could reach production next year with the restyling of the successful SUV.

Range Rover Evoque Cabrio 1 Range Rover Evoque Cabrio, finalmente podría llegar a producción el próximo año The Range Rover Evoque Cabrio supposedly coincide not only with the restyling of the successful British SUV, but with the introduction of new four-cylinder engines of the Ingenium range has released the new Jaguar XE. Anyway, we’ll have to wait for the brand confirm this information but on the basis of the image captured everything indicates that production finally did see this appealing concept, a concept that once tried the Nissan Murano.

Because the Range Rover Evoque conveniently “popularity”, the cabrio version probably run better luck than the Japanese model, a model that failed to succeed in our country mainly due to the mechanical range urging him. Finally, John Edwards, one of the madamases signature, and said at the time that the Range Rover Evoque Cabrio is a product you want to do and that was only the work of mathematics. It seems that since the numbers add .

Source – Autocar

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