Model gets new 10.2-inch display.
The sexy Evoque still looks fresh after five years on the market and the British manufacturer is focusing on improving the technologies in the car. It has installed a new InControl Touch Pro infotainment system that optimizes in-car connectivity by providing “faster responses and more intuitive operation.” In fact, this system was introduced with the Range Rover Evoque Convertible and now it becomes available as an option for 2017 model year on the coupe and five-door versions of the SUV.
In Control Touch Pro uses a 10.2-inch touchscreen with a customizable graphics. Land Rover says it behaves like a smartphone or tablet with the familiar swipe, pan, and pinch controls.
Available for a three-month period from start of production of the 2017 Evoque will be the new Ember Limited Edition model that is based on the HSE Dynamic trim. It’s finished in Santorini Black with contrasting Firenze Red roof that’s also seen on different body panels. Matching black 20-inch alloys, black exhaust surrounds, a black grille, and darkened lights, all part of the Black Pack, complete the exterior design.
The same theme continues inside the cabin, where we find Ebony Black seats with a contrasting Pimento Red stitch, complemented by black and red carpet mats and Gloss Black trim finishes. Land Rover explains it will offer the Range Rover Evoque Ember Limited Edition in the United Kingdom, South Korea, Australia, Russia, Japan, South Africa, Brazil, India, and China.
The Tata-owned automaker is producing the Evoque in all its versions in its Halewood plant in the U.K., where a new vehicle is built every 80 seconds. Sales of 2017 model year will start this summer and first deliveries are expected in September.
Source: Land Rover