Brutish luxury and SUV maker Land Rover sold over 5.2 lakh units of Range Rover Evoques around the world, and to celebrate the success, the brand unveiled the limited edition model. The Ember limited edition's HSE Dynamic variant has been finished with a Bold Red and Black theme. The limited edition features Firenze Red roof contrasts with the Santorini Black body colour.
The overall sporty looks of the exterior is accentuated with Satin Black 20-inch alloy wheels, black exhaust finishers and grille, and darkened front and rear lights. The interior is spruced up with Ebony Black seats sporting a contrasting Pimento Red stitch. This is complemented by Black and Red premium carpet mats and Gloss Black trim finishes. The Range Rover Evoque Ember carries a three-month waiting period.
Land Rover confirmed it will offer the Evoque Ember edition in the United Kingdom, South Korea, Australia, Russia, Japan, South Africa, Brazil, India and China.
The regular Evoque models have been updated with new InControl Touch Pro infotainment system that optimises in-car connectivity. Introduced for the first time in Evoque Convertible, this is now available as an option on MY 2017 Range Rover Evoque coupe and five-door. The set-up includes a 10.2-inch, 1280x542 pixel touchscreen with customisable home screen and street view map options.
The Evoque is built at Jaguar Land Rover's Halewood plant in the U.K., where a new vehicle is built every 80 seconds.