Range Rover Evoque Autobiography Dynamic revealed
Range Rover will debut the Autobiography variant of the Evoque at next months Geneva Motor Show.
Range Rover is debuting a more powerful Evoque crossover next month in Geneva with the introduction of the Autobiography Dynamic trim level.
The Autobiography badge is reserved for the very best that a Range Rover model has to offer. And so, for the latest addition to the Evoque range, Land Rover hasn’t just taken the optional extras catalogue and ticked every box, it has given the car a complete going-over.
The engine has been refined to deliver 285PS (281bhp), that’s 45PS more than the standard 2-liter turbo produces,and has improved the chassis so that it can make the most of this extra output on the road as well as off it.
The Autobiography Dynamic also gets the rather excellent Active driveline four-wheel drive systems as standard and the handling and performance package is topped off with improved suspension geometry and bigger brakes.
External details that separate the car from the pack include 20-inch alloy wheels, a reworked grille and a new paint color called “Phoenix Orange”.
Inside, customers can choose from a full leather interior in one of six palettes and have the option of dedicated racing seats or premium climate seats.
But possibly the best feature is the introduction of Land Rover InControl Apps (currently only available on the company’s bigger cars).
They are essentially vehicle-safe versions of a host of top iPhone and Android apps. Download them to a smartphone and when the handset is docked in the Evoque’s cabin there they are on the car’s touch screen.
As well as the limited edition Dynamic, Land Rover will also be unveiling an equally limited Autobiography model which offers all of the interior refinements of the Dynamic, but with the standard 240PS engine and chassis, for clients more interested in comfort than speed.
Both cars will make their international debut at the Geneva Motor Show, which opens for the world’s media on March 4.