The Range Rover Evoque Cabrio was recently spotted at the company's Nürburgring testing center so it comes as little surprise that the crossover convertible has finally started testing on the Nordschleife.

The Range Rover Evoque Cabrio was recently spotted at the company's Nürburgring testing center so it comes as little surprise that the crossover convertible has finally started testing on the Nordschleife.

Caught wearing distinctive black and white camouflage, the Cabrio is based on the three-door Evoque and features a retractable soft top as well as a revised rear end with an integrated spoiler.  The overall styling leaves something to be desired but hopefully this crossover convertible will help erase the memories of the ill-fated Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet.

Engine options will likely carryover from the facelifted Evoque so expect to see a turbocharged Si4 petrol with 240 PS (177 kW) as well as an Ingenium TD4 turbodiesel with outputs of 150 PS (110 kW) and 180 PS (132 kW).

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