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Coscharis Motors sees new Range Rover Evoque as sophisticated evolution

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Leading luxury autos franchisee, Coscharis Motors, has revealed the secrets that made the newly introduced Range Rover Evoque better than its predecessor.
In a statement issued by the company’s Brand officer, Cletus Aregbesola, he said “The new Evoque is built on the strengths of the best-selling original. Combining all-terrain ability with on-road composure, the Evoque’s new vehicle architecture, updated technologies and world-class features make it more comfortable, capable and connected than ever before”.
According to him, the latest SUV is particularly suitable for the urban jungle in addition to other terrains.
While describing the new Range Rover Evoque as a sophisticated evolution of the original, Aregbesola noted that “Combining unrivalled Range Rover heritage with cutting-edge technology, designed, engineered and manufactured in Britain, the vehicle is said to meet the needs of today’s customers”.
“Range Rover Evoque’s enduring profile and coupé-like silhouette is typified by its distinctive roofline and rising waist. Outstanding volume and proportions are amplified by its pronounced shoulders and powerful wheel arches that, alongside 21-inch wheels, combine to create a strong and dynamic attitude.
Continuing, he added that “The Range Rover Evoque is based on Land Rover’s new mixed-metal Premium Transverse Architecture, which is13 per cent stiffer than its predecessor and together with rigidly-mounted subframes that reduce noise and vibration intrusion into the cabin. With a 21mm longer wheelbase and compact new suspension design, the compact SUV delivers increased interior room and improved handling in all conditions”.
“Its Terrain Response 2 is said to be available as standard for the first time on new Evoque with All-Wheel Drive and automatic transmission. Not only will this allow drivers to choose from four modes (Comfort, Sand, Grass-Gravel-Snow, and Mud & Ruts) to optimise performance and capability, but the new Auto mode enables Evoque to select the most appropriate mode for the conditions and automatically adjust its torque delivery to suit the terrain.
“Ground clearance is 212mm, while approach and departure angles are 25 degrees in the front and 30.6 degrees in the rear.
Whereas “Evoque’s maximum wading depth of 600mm can be effectively monitored with optional Wade Sensing,” its “Ultrasonic sensors in the exterior mirrors accurately measure the depth of the water, which is displayed on the central touchscreen”.
Coscharis Motors disclosed in the statement that the latest Evoque comes with a variety of all-terrain technologies such as Hill Descent Control, Gradient Release Control and All-Terrain Progress Control, plus assistance features such as Adaptive Cruise Control with Steering Assist, which centres the vehicle in the lane based on road markings as well as maintaining a safe distance from the vehicle in front.
“The introduction of super-slim Matrix LED headlamps provides a more sophisticated front and rear lamp graphic. Flush door handles add to the smooth, sculpted aesthetic, while sweeping directional indicators create a purposeful signature.
On interior specifications, the new machine powered by technology comes with finely crafted design integrates uncluttered surfaces and simple lines with carefully curated premium materials to create a luxurious, minimalist, digital cabin. Technical textiles that use recycled plastics are offered as premium alternatives to leather, such as a Kvadratwool blend and Dinamica® suede cloth, as well as Eucalyptus and Ultra fabrics™ options.
Accordingly, the footprints are almost identical, yet built on Land Rover’s new mixed-material PremiumTransverse Architecture, there is more interior space than before.

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