Land Rover Teases Evoque Convertible With London Wireframe Sculpture
One of the key aspects to Jaguar Land Rover’s revival in the last decade has been its addition of new models. Jaguar has added the F-Type, XE and F-Pace SUV, while Land Rover has added the Range Rover Evoque to the lineup. That lineup is slated to grow once more, with the addition of an Evoque Convertible. The Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Convertible (that’s a mouthful) is coming to the Los Angeles International Auto Show in November. To celebrate its forthcoming debut and offer a bit of a teaser, Land Rover has placed a number of wireframe sculptures throughout central London. They were placed outside locations such as Harrods of London, Brompton Road and Knightsbridge. RELATED: See more images of the Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Convertible Concept
The wireframe sculptures were created by Land Rover’s in-house design team, and used computer renderings to work from. They are made form aluminum, are presented in a series of bright colors, and are arranged in a way that shows the evolution from Evoque Coupe to Evoque Convertible. They even have 3D wheels and are full 1:1 scale representation of the forthcoming droptop Land Rover.
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A convertible version of the Range Rover Evoque has been around since 2012 (pictured above), but as a concept—albeit, a production-ready concept that looked like it could be ready for dealer showrooms today. So while the wireframes are a cool installation, we have a pretty good idea for what the Evoque Convertible will look like when it hits the LA Auto Show in November.
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