The new Range Rover Evoque Autobiography joins the lineup by combining the luxurious exterior with the equally luxurious interior ambience. Like the rest of the range, it is equipped with new equipment. We find in particular the new infotainment system Pivi and Pivi Pro which is more connected and more modern. It benefits, among other things, from online updates. Land Rover has also added cabin air filtration as well as new driving aids such as rear collision monitoring.
In addition, the Evoque will be fitted with two new diesel engines, which Land Rover is also introducing on the Discovery Sport. These are the D165 and D200, both 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engines of the Ingenium family that combine four-wheel drive with a nine-speed automatic. The D165 is also available in a front-wheel drive version, but it is fitted with a manual gearbox and does not benefit from the light hybridization.
On the gasoline side, the P160 is added. It takes the 1.5-liter 3-cylinder that the P300e uses as the basis for its plug-in hybrid powertrain. The P160 is equipped with light hybridization and sends its 160 hp to the front wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission. The P200, P250 and P300 mild hybrids remain in the lineup, as does the P300e plug-in hybrid.