Word from a Land Rover insider says JLR will not produce an SVR-badged Land Rover Discovery Sport or Range Rover Evoque. It will, however, still produce more performance-based versions of each. Land Rover Discovery Sport And Evoque Will Get More Powerful Versions; But Not SVR originally appeared on topspeed.com on Monday, 26 January 2015 14:30 EST. read more
Full-on SVR models may not be the way to go for the four-cylinder Land Rover Discovery Sport and Range Rover Evoque, but word has it that JLR is working on something. Continue reading Land Rover plotting high-performance Disco Sport,...Show More Summary
Land Rover admits its new Discovery Sport will steal some sales from its Range Rover Evoque twin and vice versa, but is confident overall growth for the brand will be significant. The Discovery Sport has been launched officially in Iceland this week, ahead of the May Australian release for the model that replaces the Freelander. [...]
Just a week after starting production of its Range Rover Evoque in China, the first time a Jaguar Land Rover vehicle has ever been built outside of the U.K., the British automaker confirmed that its Discovery Sport SUV will be built in Brazil. The announcement was made at this week’s Sao Paulo Auto Show where the all-new SUV was presented...
A front-wheel-drive entry variant will join the all-new Land Rover Discovery Sport late next year. The Discovery Sport eD4 will follow in the strictly on-road tyre tracks of the Freelander 2 eD4 and the Range Rover Evoque eD4, becoming the first 2WD model in the famously capable Discovery family’s history. As with the Freelander 2 [...]
Land Rover's latest product offensive has targeted the brand's high-end Range Rover line, with the eponymous fullsize model receiving rave reviews alongside critical acclaim for the midsize Sport and compact Evoque. As we found whenShow More Summary
The 2014 Land Rover Range Rover Sport gained the Evoque's signature looks in its 2014 redesign. It also gained an optional third row — creating seating for seven — that some families might find useful for smaller kids. Our test...
When is so much bling too much bling? When you replace your Range Rover Evoque's OEM chromed nameplates with glittering Swarovski crystal facsimiles, for one, and top that off by wrapping the body in gauche, gaudy magenta vinyl.
As you can see from this not-so-camouflaged final stage prototype, the 2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport comes with Evoque and Range Rover Sport styling cues and the option of a third row with two jump seats. So... it's an Explorer? Read more...
British design house Kahn Design may be known for its Land Rover-based projects, but its offerings aren’t limited to beefed-up Range Rover Sport and Evoque SUVs. In recent years, the Brits set their sight on a number of Audi and Porsche models as well, including the Q3, the Q5 and the mighty Cayenne. Show More Summary
The Range Rover Evoque may not be as imposing as the Sport or the Discovery in its bone-stock form, but take the small SUV over to Kahn Design and you’ll be driving completely new vehicle once it leaves the shop. Just take a look at the Black Label Edition the Brits launched for the 2013 model year to have a better taste of their craftsmanship. Show More Summary
Take a look at the Land Rover product lineup and you'll be forgiven for getting a little confused. What separates the Freelander/LR2 from the Evoque, or the Discovery/LR4 from the Range Rover and Range Rover Sport? Where does the Defender...Show More Summary
--> In the past few years, we’ve seen plenty of automakers rolling out two-door SUV concepts, but Land Rover took it one step further and unveiled the Evoque. Other that this, we can hardly come up with more than just a few other two-door SUVs. Show More Summary
www.ZerCustoms.com - Range Rover Sport RS and Range Rover Evoque RS have recently been spied on the N... [...]
Land Rover doesn't want to talk about the future Range Rover Sport R and Evoque R. Yet prototypes have been seen hammering around the Nordschleife. I've asked several Land Rover execs about plans for such models and each time, the reply is silence or a "no comment". Show More Summary
RANGE ROVER EVOQUE Reports are again circulating that Land Rover is developing a stretched version of its small Evoque SUV, bridging the gap to the larger Range Rover Sport. Talk of a 'Grand Evoque' first surfaced in 2011, but a new report with Britain's Autocar suggests the carmaker is now well into the development stages of this new model. Show More Summary
With the Range Rover and Range Rover Sport having recently been replaced, and the Evoque getting a series of updates, the LR4 (or Discovery as it's known overseas) soldiers on alongside the LR2 Freelander and Defender) as one of the older models in the Land Rover lineup. Show More Summary
Posted on 08.8.2013 19:00 by Simona Last month, we heard the first rumors about the possibility of more powerful version of the Range Rover Sport and Evoque models. Rumored to be carry an "RS" suffix, these new versions will look more aggressive than standard version, plus they will deliver more luxury and power. Show More Summary
Posted on 07.29.2013 19:00 by Simona If the current Range Rover Sport is just not enough for you, you will be happy to know that Land Rover is preparing a more powerful version. Set to wear the new "RS" badge, this new performance tag will be applied to both the Evoque and Range Rover models and are expected to arrive starting the end of this year. Show More Summary