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In Pictures: You'll love or hate Evoque's distinctive look

The Range Rover Evoque has a serious four-wheel-drive system, but this trendy runabout - the smallest Range Rover yet - is surprisingly useful in the city

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The Evoque has all-weather, multi-terrain capability with “Terrain Response,” to suit terrain conditions.

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The Range Rover Evoque comes in both coupe and five-door models, identical in size except that the five-door has a 30-mm higher rear roofline.

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All Range Rover Evoque models have a 2-litre, 240-horsepower direct-injected turbocharged 4-cylinder engine, a 6-speed automatic transmission and full-time four-wheel drive.

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Off-Road navigation has been added to the 2013 model, providing topographic contour lines, latitude, longitude, altitude, trace, waypoint, and compass functions.

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Five passenger seating.

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An 8-inch touch-screen display and an optional 360 degree Surround Camera System are available as part of Vision Assist Package.

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An optional parking assist feature is optional. Our reviewer found the vehicle difficult to park, finding its peripheral visibility poor.

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The vehicle has a “wheels pushed to the corners" stance, a rising beltline and a “distinctive taper to the "floating" roofline,” claims Land Rover.

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Xenon lights with an adaptive feature follow the curves in the road. The lights react automatically to other vehicles on the road, switching between high and low beams as necessary. (Optional).

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Depending on the model, the Evoque has either an aluminum alloy roof or a panoramic laminated glass roof.

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The vehicle has a powered tailgate. Its small front end reduces aerodynamic drag.

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