A Land Rover executive recently declared that a decision on whether the Evoque Cabrio will enter production phase will be taken very soon.

A Land Rover executive recently declared that a decision on whether the Evoque Cabrio will enter production phase will be taken very soon.

Land Rover's brand director John Edwards mentioned during a meeting in the Asia Pacific region held in Melbourne that he supports an Evoque Cabrio and the model "is still an opportunity for us. We're very close to making a decision." When asked if it will be green-lighted for production, Edwards responded with "I hope so, yeah … if I get my way. It's a car I want to do, we've just got to make sure the maths work."

As a reminder, the Range Rover Evoque Cabrio Concept made its debut last year at the Geneva Motor Show. It was based on the three-door Evoque and was conceived to test consumer interest. The concept came with a fully retractable roof, bespoke 21-inch alloys and a roll-over protection system. Inside it had an eight-inch display, metallic trim and four red leather seats.

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