Land Rover has published today a teaser image with the Evoque facelift heading to Geneva Motor Show early March.

Land Rover has published today a teaser image with the Evoque facelift heading to Geneva Motor Show early March.

It was only about a month ago when our spy photographers caught the facelifted Evoque testing and now Land Rover has announced the revised crossover will premiere in less than three weeks at the Geneva Motor Show where it will bring its new full LED adaptive headlights capable of providing "superior illumination in dark conditions, following the curves of the road."

The 2015 Evoque will also get an overhauled engine lineup and most likely Land Rover is referring to the four-cylinder Ingenium family of turbocharged gasoline and diesel engines sourced from the Jaguar XE and Land Rover Discovery Sport.

The Swiss auto show could also be the venue where Land Rover will introduce the Range Rover Evoque Cabrio, a model previewed three years ago at the same show. It was recently spied testing based on the three-door Evoque with an electrically retractable soft top while at the back it had a new spoiler lip.

There are some rumors indicating Land Rover's Special Vehicle Operations are working on a high-performance SVR version although nothing is official at this point.

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