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2020 Range Rover Evoque first drive review: Crisper crossover

2020 Range Rover Evoque first drive review: Crisper crossover

The 2020 Rover Range Rover Evoque remains the smallest SUV in Land Rover’s lineup, and it’s all for the better. Why mess with a good thing when you have a winner on your hands? Land Rover sold around 800,000 units of the first-gen Evoque worldwide, so there are high expectations for a solid successor. The new Evoque retained a familiar overall look to the outgoing model, and that’s a good thing. Additionally, as expected, there are loads of improvements inside and out, packing a new array of technology to once again redefine the luxury crossover segment.

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Range Rover Sport HST adds 400PS inline-six with mild hybrid tech

Range Rover Sport HST adds 400PS inline-six with mild hybrid tech

Range Rover has announced the addition of a special version of the Range Rover Sport. The Range Rover Sport HST features a new 400PS, 550Nm of torque Ingenium gas engine. That engine is a straight-size that Rover says adds balance and refinement to the line.

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2020 Ranger Rover Evoque gets US price and release date

2020 Ranger Rover Evoque gets US price and release date

Land Rover has confirmed US launch details for the 2020 Range Rover Evoque, which makes its North American debut at the Chicago Auto Show 2019. The smallest of the automaker's luxury SUVs, the 2020 Evoque will offer two engines in the US - including an all-new mild-hybrid - and kick off at $42,650.

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2020 Range Rover Velar SVAutobiography Dynamic Edition is the V8 dream

2020 Range Rover Velar SVAutobiography Dynamic Edition is the V8 dream

The Range Rover Velar is gaining a new, much more powerful version, giving the streamlined luxury SUV the grunt it always deserved. The 2020 Range Rover Velar SVAutobiography Dynamic Edition takes the top spot as the most powerful Velar so far, with a 5.0-liter supercharged V8 under its hood.

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The most ostentatious Range Rover in years got some bad news

The most ostentatious Range Rover in years got some bad news

Range Rover has axed plans for its most unusual car in years, with a luxury, super-limited-edition SUV coupe getting canceled at the last minute. The Range Rover SV Coupe was revealed at the Geneva Motor Show last year, a vast love-letter to excess that divided opinion in a way that only a six-figure two-door SUV coupe could.

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2020 Range Rover Evoque gets style, tech, and hybrid upgrade

2020 Range Rover Evoque gets style, tech, and hybrid upgrade

The 2020 Range Rover Evoque has been revealed, and the smallest model in the luxury SUV-maker's line-up is making ample use of the best of its bigger siblings. Crisper, cleaner, and more tech-savvy than before, the new Evoque promises to deliver the same mixture of urban and off-road capabilities, while improving both performance and green credentials.

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Jaguar Land Rover Apple CarPlay and Android Auto finally added

Jaguar Land Rover Apple CarPlay and Android Auto finally added

Jaguar Land Rover is adding Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support to its dashboards, starting with the 2019 I-PACE EV but also offering the smartphone interfaces across various other models. The news addresses one of the lingering frustrations among Land Rover, Range Rover, and Jaguar drivers, though they'll have to buy a new car in order to get the updated infotainment.

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2019 Range Rover P400e plug-in hybrid luxury EV gets its price

2019 Range Rover P400e plug-in hybrid luxury EV gets its price

Range Rover has priced up its high-end hybrid, the P400e, the first time a plug-in hybrid has been offered on the automaker's plush SUVs. Both the 2019 Range Rover and the 2019 Range Rover Sport will be offered in P400e form, with up to 31 miles of all-electric range and zero emissions.

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The 2018 Range Rover Supercharged LWB is SUV royalty

The 2018 Range Rover Supercharged LWB is SUV royalty

The 2018 Range Rover LWB isn’t bulletproof, but you certainly feel that way from behind the wheel. LWB here stands for Long Wheelbase, and means more length added to what’s already the largest model in Range Rover’s line-up. Despite that, it’s an unexpected note of restraint in a sea of vast luxury trucks.

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This Range Rover SV Coupe is either genius or insanity

This Range Rover SV Coupe is either genius or insanity

Was Range Rover so preoccupied with whether or not it could make the SV Coupe, it didn't stop to think if it should? Few cars bring Jeff Goldblum's famous Jurassic Park admonishment to mind so readily as the vast, two-door SUV coupe does at the Geneva Motor Show this year, a $295,000 solution to a problem that, on the face of it, nobody actually had.

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Range Rover SV Coupe blends extreme luxury with SUV ability

Range Rover SV Coupe blends extreme luxury with SUV ability

Range Rover has clearly had enough of stablemate Jaguar getting all the two-door fun, if the new Range Rover SV Coupe is anything to go by. Making its debut at the Geneva Motor Show 2018 today, the car - described as "the world's first full-size luxury SUV Coupe" - starts with the automaker's already-luxurious Range Rover, then drops the rear doors, throws in a supercharged V8 engine, and gives it the sort of interior that private jets would be envious over.

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Range Rover Sport is the first vehicle to climb Heaven’s Gate

Range Rover Sport is the first vehicle to climb Heaven’s Gate

Cars are meant to drive on roads. Some are built to drive on treacherous ones. None, however, are meant to climb, yes climb, stairs, especially deadly steep stairs. Land Rover, however, just proved to the world that it has a car that can do both. The Range Rover Sport PHEV has just made a world record by not only driving through a dizzying 99 turns but also climbing the 45-degree 999 steps up the natural rock arch that is known as Heaven’s Gate.

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