Convertible SUV Range Rover Evoque launched in India at Rs 6.95 million

Rohit Suri, President & Managing Director, Jaguar Land Rover India at the launch of India’s first luxury SUV convertible – The Range Rover Evoque Convertible in Mumbai on Tuesday | Photo: Kamlesh Pednekar

Tata Motors-owned Jaguar Land Rover India on Tuesday launched Range Rover Evoque Convertible priced at Rs 6.95 million, ex-showroom.

The new luxury convertible SUV is powered by a 2 litre Ingenium petrol engine with a compact 9-speed automatic transmission, the company said in a statement.

JLR India President & Managing Director Rohit Suri said: "We are excited to launch India's first luxury SUV convertible today... It adds another dimension to the Land Rover family, further enhancing its desirability and appeal."

Evoque Convertible combines the bold design and refinement of Evoque with a sophisticated folding roof, he added.

The new model has features such as the All-Terrain Progress Control (ATPC) system which enables drivers to set and maintain a steady speed in challenging conditions, the company said.

Besides, it is also equipped with surround camera system that uses cameras placed around the vehicle to offer a near-360 degrees view.


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