Drop the top on the go
The cloth convertible top will open or close at speeds up to 30 mph. If you are at a stop light and the skies begin to rumble and sprinkle, go ahead and push the button and take off. We’re not sure how often this feature will be employed in the real world, but, then again, the company does expect to sell some Evoque convertibles in England and Seattle.
A true four-seat convertible
The backseat is surprisingly roomy. A 6 ‘5” colleague managed to fit in the backseat, along with a more averaged-sized colleague of normal height and weight. They were not only comfortable, but as the top came up and closed, our lanky friend said he only just barely felt the top touch his hair.
Junk in the trunk
Off-road capability isn’t compromised
Range Rover says there is no sacrifice on the Evoque’s all-terrain capability with the roof cut off. When engineering the torsional rigidity on the drop-top, they made sure not to curb any of the Evoque’s rugged aspects in terms of what it could tow, or where it could go.
It holds your six-pack in place
Lift up the trunk floor cover and there is a cut-out that just happens to be the perfect outline of a case of beer. Range Rover is a British brand, but they expect to sell a lot of these in Germany where the case cutout is mandatory. Could be that some U.S. buyers will appreciate the feature as well.