It’s neither the best-driving small luxury SUV nor the most practical one, but it looks damn good.
Designing a luxury vehicle is a tricky thing. Simply slapping a premium badge on something doesn’t necessarily make it luxurious. What does is the experience it provides and whether or not that lines up with the expectations of the intended buyer. Land Rover is an undeniably premium brand, and the refreshed-for-2020 Range Rover Evoque, as the starting point in the tony lineup of posh yet rugged SUVs, has a lot riding on its shoulders. Not only must it help lure new buyers to the brand, it also must deliver on Land Rover’s dual promises of off-road capability and unmistakable luxury.
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