Range Rover Evoque
Range Rover Evoque rent Dubai, this vehicle features 17” 10 spoke ‘Style 105’ alloy wheels. The iconic Range Rover logo is proudly presented on each wheel hub. This system is the focal point for all your entertainment and information. Utilising the latest technologies, it has been designed to make your driving experience more enjoyable and safer.
Halogen headlights with a sleek design that echoes Range Rover Evoque’s styling. Featuring eight speakers, this system delivers crisp trebles and rich bass notes. Bluetooth® handsfree and 3.5mm auxiliary input add to the system’s capabilities.
Crafted from superb materials, this enhances the vehicle’s interior and reinforces the vehicle’s uncompromising design cues. This technology allows you maintain a constant cruising speed until either the brakes are applied or the system is cancelled.
With its striking lines, muscular shoulder and tapered roof, Range Rover Evoque rent Dubai sets itself apart from its contemporaries.
Whether discovering hidden parts of town or being seen in all the right places, it’s always ready for action. Striking the perfect balance between distinctive exterior design, a contoured cabin, capability and performance, the vehicle defines contemporary city life.
Optional adaptive full LED headlights complement the vehicle’s design cues by combining a distinctive look with enhanced light output for better visibility and safety at night. The headlights’ adaptive function enables light beams to be automatically aligned with steering inputs and follow curves in the road.
The Daytime Running Lights (DRLs) have a distinctive signature which also serves as the directional indicator where it flashes amber.
The Range Rover Evoque rent Dubai, is powered by a 246 turbocharged 2.0-liter four cylinder and comes standard with a nine-speed automatic and all-wheel drive. At our test track, the Evoque delivered a 7.1-second zero-to-60-mph run. Rivals such as the BMW X1 and the Volvo XC40 delivered slightly quicker times, but the Land Rover is still competitively lively. On the road, there’s no mistaking the Evoque for a hatchback car as you can with the X1. It feels substantial, and the seat height is SUV-appropriate; it handles corners adequately but won’t satisfy enthusiast drivers in the same way as the BMW or Mercedes-Benz GLA-class.
A sporty-looking HST R-Dynamic trim joins the options sheet for 2022. The HST R-Dynamic also reintroduces the 296-hp P300 turbocharged four-cylinder engine back into the Evoque lineup. In addition to the more powerful powertrain, the HST R-Dynamic trim also includes unique glossy black 20-inch wheels, a black-painted roof, black exterior trim, and red brake calipers. All Evoque models now come with heated seats, a wireless smartphone charging pad, a power-operated rear liftgate, and keyless entry as standard equipment. Ostuni Pearl White replaces Yulong White on the color palette. We’d go with the mid-range R-Dynamic SE model as it adds features such as a power liftgate, 14-way power-adjustable front seats, automatic high-beam headlamps with auto-leveling, LED daytime running lights, and 20-inch wheels. We’d also fork over the extra cash for the Online Pack option package.
The Evoque is powered by a 246-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder dubbed P250, and it comes standard with a nine-speed automatic and all-wheel drive. At our test track, the Evoque delivered a 7.1-second zero-to-60-mph run. Rivals such as the BMW X1 and the Volvo XC40 delivered slightly quicker times, but the Land Rover is still competitively lively. The more powerful P300 powertrain is limited to the top-spec HST R-Dynamic. That engine makes a stout 296 horsepower and is assisted by a 48-volt hybrid system; at our test track the P300 managed a 6.6-second zero-to-60-mph time. On the road, there’s no mistaking the Evoque for a hatchback car as you can with the X1. It feels substantial, and the seat height is SUV appropriate; it handles corners adequately but won’t satisfy enthusiast drivers in the same way as the BMW or Mercedes-Benz GLA-class. The EPA estimates that the Evoque should deliver 20 mpg in the city and 27 mpg on the highway. In our 75-mph highway fuel economy test, a P250 returned a rather dismal 24 mpg. For more information about the Evoque’s fuel economy, visit the EPA’s website.
Unfortunately, the Range Rover Evoque rent Dubai chunky exterior dimensions belie its cabin space, which is tight—especially for those in the back seat. When compared with other subcompact SUVs such as the X1 and the XC40, the Evoque’s rear seats feel downright confined. That said, interior materials are quite nice. The Evoque can be ordered with a very cool textured-cloth upholstery that covers the seats, door panels, and dashboard; leather is still offered as standard, though. Other standard features include dual-zone automatic climate control, 10-way power-adjustable front seats, and ambient interior lighting. Cargo space behind the rear seat isn’t as generous as you’d expect from an SUV, but it held six carry-on suitcases in our testing, which aligns with a good part of the segment. All Evoque models come with a 10.0-inch infotainment touchscreen running Land Rover’s Pivi Pro interface. The system offers good functionality and is much improved over the last generation models’ InControl Touch Pro system, but buyers will still need to get accustomed to its quirks. Navigation and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto integration are all standard; a head-up display, a Wi-Fi hotspot, and a Meridian premium audio system with SiriusXM satellite radio are all optional. Range Rover has equipped the Evoque with a host of standard driver-assistance features with more offered as optional extras. For more information about the Evoque’s crash-test results, visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) websites.