Land Rover has introduced updates to the Range Rover Evoque for 2023, focusing on the interior and trim options. The most significant change is the redesigned dashboard, which now features a larger touch screen measuring 11.4 inches and replaces physical controls. The new dashboard design is sleeker and includes a hidden storage area with a wireless charging pad, replacing the previous panel with rotary dials for HVAC controls. The updated Evoque also offers improved connectivity with standard features like Amazon Alexa voice control, wireless Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto. It has an over-the-air update capability and a remote app for various functions.

Range Rover Evoque

The interior enhancements also include a new air purification system and the availability of non-leather upholstery options like Kvadrat wool, which is lighter than leather but durable. On the exterior, there are subtle changes to the grille and LED Daytime Running Lamps, along with new color options.

Range Rover Evoque

In terms of powertrain options, the Evoque now offers a revised lineup with electrification. Except for the entry-level D165 diesel variant with a manual gearbox, all Evoques are either 48V mild hybrids or plug-in hybrids. The plug-in hybrid variant, the P300e PHEV, has an improved electric-only range of 63km, with a real-world range of up to 48km. It also supports DC fast charging and takes approximately 30 minutes to charge using a 50kW charger.

Range Rover Evoque

The trim levels have been simplified to four options: S, Dynamic SE, Dynamic HSE, and Autobiography. The new Evoque’s global deliveries have not been confirmed yet, and there is no information available regarding its release in India or pricing details for the updated model in the Indian market.

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