After revamping the Velar model of the Range Rover in the past year, it’s now time to give the youngest model to get its nips the tucks. In 2024 Range Rover Evoque retains the subtle changes that the brand is famous for. The exterior features only a redesigned grille and the brand new Pixel LED headlights as well as an updated taillight design.
2024 Range Rover Evoque Review
Three new colors are added to the range which include Arroios Grey, Corinthian Bronze, and Tribeca Blue — that can be combined with well-known Corinthian Bronze or Narvik Black shades on the roof. The wheel design is eight in five new colors are available. The largest size is 21 inches, with the Dynamic SE available with diamond-turned wheels.
There’s a lot more happening inside. A new design for the steering wheel increases the energy both front and back. The new Moonstone Chrome highlighting on the steering wheel’s spokes can also be located in the central console as well as as well as the new, compact shifter as well as those air vents. The interior trim treatments for the new model comprise Technical Light Anodized or Dark Anodized aluminum.
The instrument panel swaps out the earlier 10-inch infotainment screen built into the dash, to give an 11.4-inch floating glass touchscreen. The lower screen, which displayed HVAC controls has been eliminated as it is now included in this Pivo Pro infotainment software on the upper display.
Rationalizing screens result in a UX design overhaul that is a part of this Pivi Pro interface, the control of seating HVAC, audio volume, and seating is always accessible from the sides of the display floating. After you have started the Evoque The main screen displays controls for the most commonly used functions like the defroster and heaters for seats. When you’re on the move the automaker claims that the majority of the options available to Pivi Pro are only 2 taps away.
Real estate was once used to create that lower screen is now used to store additional data and also the wireless phone charging slot. The upgrades built into every Evoque include Amazon Alexa integration, as well as the ability to wirelessly connect Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. A new upgrade option includes Cabin Air Purification Plus which is included in the Comfort Pack.
The drivetrain that came with the base model remains unchanged, making it the sole one that is available on the market, which is the P250 which has the turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder that produces 246 horsepower and 269 pounds-feet of torque with a 9-speed automated transmission. The P300, which increased the output to 296 horsepower and 295 lb-ft has been discontinued.
2024 Range Rover Evoque Price & Release Date
The new pricing adjustment for 2024’s Evoque isn’t a gimmick. The new entry-level bar on the Evoque S is $49,900 plus the destination fee of $1,175 which amounts to $51,075. This is $4,900 more than that of the 2023 Evoque.
In addition, the Evoque Dynamic SE starts at $56,075, which’s $5,400 higher than the previous year. As of now only the Dynamic S as well as the Dynamic SE have been announced and we’ll need to wait and check if R-Dynamic trims are available.