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Range Rover Evoque cabrio is planed

By luanpa in | July 27, 2011 | (1) Comment

British off-road Land Rover are planning to introduce a drop-top model that will compete with the Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet and Audi Q5 Cabrio. The vehicle would likely be based on the three-door Evoque and could be launched as soon as 2013.

Land Rover claims a key part of the appeal of the regular car – on sale as a three and five-door from September. This four-seater crossover has a canvas hood, and is designed specifically for American customers – a lucrative market the Evoque cabriolet could also exploit.

Range Rover Evoque cabrio is a two-door vehicle, It folds away by picking up one side of the seat. Gravity, along with the angles used, enables the stool to fold out when put back down. The angle on top of the legs has been designed to add maximum strength. As weight is placed on the seat it pinches the top of the legs together creating a stronger join, the heavier the load the stronger the stool.

Range Rover Evoque cabrio 1



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  1. This will be a very polarizing car; which means people will either love it or hate it. It’s very “different” looking, it’s rare to see such a big convertible (except the Nissan Murano). I think most people will prefer the regular Landrover, not this convertible version.