The Range Rover Evoque Cabrio is going to be a limited-run production model, according to a company spokesman.

The Range Rover Evoque Cabrio is going to be a limited-run production model, according to a company spokesman.

 

Land Rover has announced production of the "world's first luxury compact SUV convertible" will be limited as they plan only a "small run" of cars for what is being described as "the convertible for all seasons." They didn't say exactly how many open-top Evoque units are going to be assembled, but most likely we will find out next month when the vehicle will receive its world premiere at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

 

It will effectively go on sale next month and according to a company spokesman it will be sold in most of the markets where the regular Evoque is available, so it will be launched in Europe, United States and China. Production will take place at the company's factory in Halewood, UK and although there's no word about pricing just yet, it will obviously be significantly more expensive than the three-door Evoque upon which the cabrio is based.

Taking into account the order books will open next month, deliveries will likely commence in the spring of 2016.

 

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