This comes as quite a surprise for collectors and enthusiasts alike. The all-new Range Rover Evoque Convertible arrives as one of the first cars of its type. The car has everything you liked in the Evoque save the hard roof, which is now even more likeable thanks to the fabric top that retreats to make the car a truly practical convertible to own. When you’re out on your summer adventure and the sky is streaming down beams of soft sunlight simply make the roof retreat in that Z-shaped dance it does and bathe in the day.
Everything about the car fits so perfectly in place in the new convertible avatar that it doesn’t look like a force fit at all. A small spoiler on the rear manages the air flow. You can switch from covered to uncovered in a mere 18 seconds and you can enjoy the freedom of the wind in your hair at speeds of up to 30 miles per hour. The upside is the presence of 4 seats whereas the limitation is the scant 8.9 cubic feet of storage, which is less than half of the storage offered by the covered Evoque.
The specifications of the car never fail to paint a smile on our power-hungry faces. With a 2-litre engine, the car can drive 240 ponies thanks to the 4-cylinder engine and a nine-speed transmission. So, is this the all-season convertible that you were always looking for?
The Range Rover Evoque Convertible will go on sale sometime around Spring 2016 for $51,470.