Land Rover celebrates Range Rover Evoque Landmark with special edition

Land Rover’s Halewood plant has reached another milestone with the production of the 600,000th Range Rover Evoque. This is celebrated with a special Landmark version that distinguishes itself with an extra sporty look and contrasting design details.

The Evoque Landmark is available in a vibrant Moraine Blue color, inspired by the turquoise lakes of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. The Range Rover Evoque Landmark stands out with its sporty body kit and gray exterior details. For example, the panoramic roof is in Carpathian Gray and the 19-inch light-alloy wheels in Gloss Dark Gray.

The lettering on the tailgate, grille and air vents on the hood and front fenders are painted in contrasting Graphite Atlas. The gray accents are also reflected in the interior, such as parts of the center console in polished satin. The Ebony leather seats with perforated middle section have beautiful stitching in Light Lunar.

The Evoque Landmark also features the comprehensive InControl Touch Pro system with a 10-inch screen, 4G Wi-Fi hotspot and useful apps such as Spotify. With the Remote Premium app for the smartphone and smartwatch, users can remotely check the fuel level, request the location of the vehicle, lock the doors and even heat or cool the interior.

For an even better infotainment experience, customers can opt for Touch Pro Services with real-time traffic information, satellite navigation and street-level imagery and additional ‘live apps’ such as news, weather and flight information.

Six years after its market launch, the Range Rover Evoque continues to be popular worldwide. March 2017 was even a record month with 18,000 copies sold. At the Halewood plant, a new Evoque rolls off the production line every 170 seconds, 80% of which is exported to 130 countries. For the local market, the Evoque is also built in Brazil and China.

The new Range Rover Evoque Landmark will soon be available to order from your Land Rover dealer. Enter the wonderful world of Range Rover.

Auteur: amr63

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