Annoying us again, Land Rover too is a bit annoyed for working out a lot of options on the Evoque’s platform. And this time the Cabrio version of bespoken model plate is being strongly considered by the British carmaker.
Range Rover Evoque Cabriolet was previewed at last year’s Geneva Motor Show. And being based on the three door Evoque model, it was there to cater the interest of audience with regards to take the decision of making it a production specific or not.
Lending a consideration on the Cabrio version, Land Rover’s brand director John Edwards had clearly mentioned Evoque Cabrio, “is still an opportunity for us. We’re very close to making a decision.”
And when further asked, “If this one is really going to hit the production bay?” he responded, “I hope so, yeah … if I get my way. It’s a car I want to do, we’ve just got to make sure the maths work.”
All this cross questioning tyranny took place at one of the Asia Pacific meeting that was held in Melbourne.
The Evoque Cabriolet concept at Geneva was done with a fully retractable roof, bespoke 21-inch alloys and a roll-over protection system. On interiors it possesses an eight-inch display, metallic trim and four red leather seats.