Geneva Motor Show: Range Rover Evoque With Black Design Pack

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A centre stage on Land Rover’s Geneva Motor Show stand takes the absolutely astonishing Fuji White Range Rover Evoque equipped with the striking new Black Design Pack. Both coupé and 5-door models already deliver wide options for choice and personalisation options across three design themes: Pure, Prestige and Dynamic.

Now, the Black Design Pack emphasizes the confident stance of the Range Rover Evoque ‘Dynamic’, with a host of striking black exterior detailing. A good example is the 20-inch, 9-spoke forged wheels painted in gloss black.

The entire amount of exterior bright finishes has been removed in order to create the Black Design Pack. For instance, a dark exhaust finishers painted in Santorini Black are complemented by a gloss black rear bumper and inner and outer sump guard, which is carried through on the front.

In addition, there are also visible the darkened front headlights and fog lamps – they of course continue the black theme. On the other hand the rear lamps have been transformed to give a clear effect so that they do not visually appear permanently red. Santorini Black painted ‘RANGE ROVER’ lettering across both the bonnet and tailgate and a rear sport spoiler finish the look.

The same Black Design Pack made its debut earlier this year. We have seen it on the Evoque Special Edition model, which is currently still on sale and available in both coupé and 5-door body styles. In this case, the customers have the choice of two exterior colour schemes: Sicilian Yellow exterior body finish with a Santorini Black contrast roof, and a Santorini Black exterior body finish with a Sicilian Yellow contrast roof and door mirrors.

The model also includes one-of-a-kind interior finishes complemented by yellow contrast stitching on seats, central storage area, door trims and fascia mid-section, plus an anodised yellow horizontal finisher.

More importantly, the Range Rover Evoque is powered by a choice of four Engines: the 2.2 litre diesel engine, in both TD4 150PS and SD4 190PS guise, mated to either a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic gearbox and four-wheel drive; the two-wheel drive eD4, powered by the 150PS TD4 version of the engine combined with a six-speed manual gearbox; and the lightweight 240PS Si4 petrol engine matched to a 6-speed automatic transmission and four-wheel drive.


Source: Land Rover