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On January 30, 2020, Jaguar Land Rover India will launch the 2020 Range Rover Evoque. The second-generation Range Rover Evoque, first revealed in November 2018, comes with new architecture and technology influenced by the Range Rover Velar. In addition, thanks to the new Premium Transverse Architecture mixed-metal from Land Rover, the Evoque is now larger from the inside while maintaining its compact proportion. In fact, even the cargo space has increased by 6 percent, and 610 liters of space are available, and the rear seats are folded up to 1430 litres.
The 2020 Range Rover Evoque is expected to receive the same 2.0-liter BS6-compliant Ingenium petrol and diesel engines as the Jaguar XE launched in December 2019. The 2.0-liter Ingenium petrol engine in the XE produces 247 bhp and 365 Nm peak torque output. The diesel version, on the other hand, provides 178 bhp and 430 Nm peak torque. All cylinders are fitted with automatic8-speed transmission. There's also a mild-hybrid version with a 49-volt battery combined with the 1.5-liter Ingenium engine that churns out 197 bhp and produces a 280 Nm peak torque.
Visually, the 2020 Range Rover Evoque looks bolder than before, with the introduction of new sleek LED headlamps and taillamps highlighting the new design style of the car. With the introduction of new futuristic LED headlamps and taillamps showcasing the car's new design theme, the 2020 Range Rover Evoque looks bolder than ever before.
The finely crafted architecture inside combines uncluttered textures and simple lines that remind you of the Velar once again. The SUV comes with premium leather alternatives, offering the use of recycled plastics and natural materials for technical textiles such as Kvadrat wool blend and Dinamica suedecloth, as well as Eucalyptus Textile and Ultrafabrics.
The Evoque also comes with new technology such as the optional dual touchscreen, infotainment device InControl Touch Pro Duo, featuring new, faster features, 16-way seat controls, and cabin air ionization. The new Range Rover Evoque is also the first vehicle to feature ' ClearSight Ground View ' technology, which is designed to allow the driver to virtually see through the hood and under the vehicle's front end by projecting a ground view of 180 degrees onto the top touchscreen of the vehicle.