Range Rover Evoque NW8 Pays Tribute to Famous Abbey Road
Montreal International Auto Show will see the birth of a special edition which is "Inspired by Britain" - the Range Rover Evoque NW8. Car's distinctive NW8 badging reflects the postcode in North West London, UK. This place is at the heart of the city's creative scene for more than 50 years and is also home to world famous Abbey Road. This Range Rover is based on the Dynamic trim level and is the third of three special editions, complementing the existing SW1 Monochrome and SW1 Colour.
The bold combination of colours makes this model extremely individual. The body of this jewel is painted in Fuji White, while the roof is in the contrasting Firenze Red. The red colour is used also for mirror caps as well as for the Range Rover lettering on the bonnet and tailgate.
Take a look at the darkened headlights and foglamps, clear rear lights and the Santorini Black wing vents! Then add the grille and the 20-inch alloys are finished in Narvik Black – they all emphasize Evoque's confident stance.
Inside, the vehicle is as individualized as outside. Here one ca chose between Taurus leather Ebony seats with Pimento perforated inserts or Ebony seats with perforated Ebony inserts. Other highlights feature embroidered headrests and an Anodised Red rotary Driver Selector with matching CommandShiftTMgearshift paddles. In case of manual models, there is a white gearlever insert with red graphics.
A distinctive motif, which is inspired by the iconic Abbey Road zebra crossing, sets this model apart from the others. It can be seen on the treadplates, seat tags and key fob. 2015 Range Rover Evoque NW8 will be produced in only 1000 examples and will be available only to specific markets, such as U.S. and Canada.
Source: Land Rover