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Range Rover Evoque Cabrio
Starting 2016, the Range Rover Evoque can be had in a convertible configuration while still retaining its elegant yet sporty design proportions. Differences from the fixed roof version include a deeper, more aggressive front bumper, larger air intakes, LED fog lights, different grille with enlarged mesh, six different alloy rim styles and, of course, the electrically-operated soft-top that can be lowered in 18 seconds and raised in 21 seconds.
The roofless Evoque is the third body style and as of its launch in 2016, the only open-top premium compact SUV... unless Landwind has copied it. Land Rover even says it's responsible for part of their sales boost last year.
The LE pack's biggest pieces are the bumpers with integrated vents and mesh inserts. The front also features the signature LE grille with 3D mesh insert. At the back, there is a boot lid spoiler and a pair of twin central Crosshair exhaust tailpipes, the trademark of Kahn.