Range Rover Landmark Evoque celebrates 600000 sales

Angelica Greene
May 10, 2017

For the interior there's some dark grey accents, a brushed satin centre console, and grained Ebony leather seats with contrasting Light Lunar stitching, with a perforated mid-section to help the seats breathe.

Land Rover Range Rover Evoque has enjoyed massive success since its launch in 2011, and to celebrate this triumph, the automaker will launch the Evoque Landmark Special Edition that will come in Moraine Blue.

Land Rover's Halewood production plant in the United Kingdom has built 600,000 units of the Evoque in last six years. In fact, the monthly sales record was reached in March this year, when nearly 18,000 units were sold.

Since then, Land Rover has built more than 600,000 Evoques in the United Kingdom, so it's a decent excuse to have a celebration model. It is priced at £39,000 (Rs 32.58 lakh) in the United Kingdom and it will make its global debut tomorrow at the Royal Windsor Horse Show, when bookings will open.

Range Rover Evoque Landmark Special Edition Front

The Landmark Special Edition has a dynamic body kit and grey exterior design details. Land Rover says that 80 per cent of UK-built models are exported to 130 markets around the world. Two more lines in China and Brazil help support further demand for the compact crossover.

The Range Rover Evoque has been a huge success for Land Rover, to put it mildly. In the special version of the Range Rover Evoque is equipped with top multimedia with 10-inch display and the access point Wi-Fi. The design remains modern and fresh.

The Landmark comes with Land Rover's latest technology, including the optional 10-inch InControl Touch Pro system featuring apps such as Spotify and a 4G WiFi hotspot. It also works with a Remote Premium app on smartphones and smartwatches, which allows owners to remotely check fuel level, lock status and vehicle location, and pre-heat or pre-cool the cabin.

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