After having knocked out some 6,00,000 Range Rover Evoque in just six years, with a finished model rolling off the production line every 170 seconds, Land Rover has launched a Landmark edition to mark the occasion.
The £39,000 Evoque Landmark – which will be available in Moraine Blue, Yulong White and Corris Grey for those with colour compulsions – features the dynamic body kit and grey exterior design details including a fixed panoramic roof, 19-inch dark grey alloy wheels and graphite grille. Under the hood is a 178bhp TD4 manual, making the Landmark almost £6,000 more expensive than the cheapest Evoque TD4.
The shades of grey theme continue on the interior, plus the Landmark edition has the keyless entry and powered gesture tailgate options as standard. The 10in InControl Touch Pro system is also on board so you can access apps such as Spotify via the 4G Wi-Fi hotspot, while the optional Remote Premium app lets you check the fuel, lock status, location and set pre-heat or cool for the cabin from a smartphone or smartwatch.