The 2015 lineup from Range Rover will include the Evoque Autobiography Dynamic, the improved version of the distinctive existing model which already has many followers. So, let’s see what’s been improved.
The current version looks just great. It is sporty, aggressive, yet elegant and confidence-inspiring. It has a massive body which looks like it has been tailored from a single piece of material and the ascending lower window line is a really nice touch that made this car look more like a hot hatchback than a crossover. Well, all those great features are still here, but the Autobiography Dynamic is even better. It has got a new grille and revised lower front section; the lights received clear-lens setup on both ends; it has huge 20” alloy wheels which, even though they are huge, definitely do NOT seem out of place on the new Evoque.
Inside there is a lot of new stuff as well, including leather upholstery available in six different colors. If this isn’t good enough for you, you can always opt for the Dynamic Plus leather interior which has premium or sports seats which are climate controlled and illuminated door sills.
Just to make it clear that this is an Autobiography model, the corresponding logo sports several places of the car’s interior and exterior including the mentioned door sills in the Dynamic Plus package, liftgate and headrests.
Another new feature is the new InControl Apps system. It has the possibility of integrating numerous iPhone and Android apps.
The 2l four-cylinder engine now has 281 hp and it is paired up with a 9-speed automatic transmission. The Autobiography Dynamic also sports Active Driveline system that transfers power to all four wheels.
The Autobiography Dynamic will also be easier and safer to drive, while still providing more fun. It has new specially tuned steering and suspension, better adaptive dampers and bigger front brake discs with the addition perk of having the brake-based torque vectoring system.
The Autobiography Dynamic is truly an upgrade of an already very good car in every respect. [via]
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