- High levels of standard kit across the range
- All have electric seats, DAB radio and alloy wheels
- Wide range of pricey options to choose from
Five trim levels are available for the Range Rover Evoque: SE, SE Tech, HSE Dynamic, HSE Dynamic Lux and Autobiography.
There’s also a wide range of optional accessories to customise your Evoque, but be careful you don’t choose options that will negatively affect the resale value of the car. Things like garish colour schemes and graphics can be a bit of an acquired taste and may put some perspective buyers off.
Standard Range Rover Evoque SUV equipment
Kicking things off is the well-equipped SE, which comes with:
- Cruise control
- Electronic stability control
- A leather steering wheel
- Heated and eight-way electrically adjustable front seats
- Front and rear parking sensors
- Automatic headlights and wipers
- Eight-speaker sound system with DAB radio
- Lane Departure Warning with Autonomous Emergency Braking
- 18-inch alloy wheels
Moving up to SE Tech adds:
- A black finish to the grille, wing vents, door mirrors and door inserts
- A heated front windscreen
- Bi-xenon headlamps with LED day-running lamps
- Front foglamps
- InControl Touch multimedia system
The first of two sporty looking trims starts with HSE Dynamic:
- A bodykit
- Black bonnet louvres
- Stainless steel pedals
- Illuminated Range Rover treadplates
- 12-way powered seats with lumbar support and memory
- Hard-disc sat-nav
- A 380-watt Meridian Sound System with 11 speakers and subwoofer
- Rear parking camera
- 20-inch alloys
Building on this is the HSE Dynamic Lux trim which adds:
- A glass roof
- Keyless entry
- An automatic tailgate
- Self-parking function
- Surround-view camera
- An 825-watt Meridian Surround Sound System with 17 speakers and subwoofer
- 10.2-inch InControl Touch Pro multimedia system with Dual View
- Automatic headlamps and main beam
- Blindspot Monitor with Closing Vehicle Sensing
- Reverse Traffic Detection
- Lane-Keeping Assist with Lane-Departure Warning
- Autonomous Emergency Braking
Finally there’s the top-of-the-range Autobiography model:
- 14-way powered seats with lumbar support and memory
- Heated rear seats
- Full leather interior
- Illuminated Autobiography treadplates
- Premium carpet mats
Range Rover Evoque SUV: optional extras
As well as a laundry list of individual extras there is also a wide selection of option packs you can add to your Evoque.
There’s the useful-for-Britain Cold Climate Convenience Pack, which gets you a heated windscreen, heated washer jets and heated steering wheel.
The generously-equipped Driver Assistance Pack consists of automatic parking, rear parking/surround view camera, blind spot monitor, lane keeping assist with lane departure warning, autonomous emergency braking and attention assist, plus traffic sign recognition and automatic headlamps with high beam assist
To add some visual style the Black Design Pack includes front fog lamps and headlamps with darkened finish and rear tail lamps with clear finish, front sump trim finisher, rear upper sump valance, exhaust finishers and Range Rover lettering in Santorini Black, with 20-inch satin black alloys.
For gadgets you’ll want the Technology Pack as it gets you keyless entry, hands-free powered tailgate, surround camera system, Meridian Sound System (380W) with 11 speakers, premium hard-disc sat-nav, and adaptive LED headlamps and cornering lights.
Treating those in the front is the Front Seat Entertainment Pack, which consists of an eight-inch touch-screen with DualView and one set of WhiteFire headphones, digital TV, and a Meridian Surround Sound System (825W) with 17 speakers and DAB radio.
Expand that to the back seats with the Front and Rear Seat Entertainment Pack which comes with an eight-inch touch-screen with DualView, digital TV, DAB radio, and a Meridian Surround Sound System (825W).
The InControl Connect Plus Pack adds connectivity options like InControl Wi-Fi, InControl Apps and InControl Remote Premium for the warranty period.
Make things easy with the Convenience Pack adding keyless entry; hands-free powered tailgate, head up display and sun-screening windscreen.
The Luxury Seating Pack gets you a heated windscreen, heated washer jets, heated steering wheel, climate front and heated rear seats, full Oxford leather interior, and 14-way electric memory front seats with lumbar support and massage.
Finally there’s the Dynamic Plus Pack, which adds 12-way electric and heated front seats, rear electric memory sports seats with lumbar support, and full Oxford leather interior.
The basic equipment list includes equipment that is standard across all versions of the Land Rover Range Rover Evoque (11-19).
Equipment by trim level
To view equipment options for a specific trim level, please select from the following list:
|Equipment included on some trim levels|
|Autobiography standard equipment|
|Autobiography optional equipment|
|Dynamic standard equipment|
|Dynamic optional equipment|
|Ember standard equipment|
|Ember optional equipment|
HSE Dynamic equipment
|HSE Dynamic standard equipment|
|HSE Dynamic optional equipment|
HSE Dynamic Lux equipment
|HSE Dynamic Lux standard equipment|
|HSE Dynamic Lux optional equipment|
|Landmark standard equipment|
|Landmark optional equipment|
|Prestige standard equipment|
|Prestige optional equipment|
|Pure standard equipment|
|Pure optional equipment|
|SE standard equipment|
|SE optional equipment|
SE Tech equipment
|SE Tech standard equipment|
|SE Tech optional equipment|
- Five-star Euro NCAP safety rating
- Not all Evoques benefit from four-wheel drive
- Suite of on-board electronics to keep you safe
Safety is a Range Rover Evoque strong point, even for models not fitted with Land Rover’s four-wheel drive system and the extra traction that set-up affords.
It scored a full five-star Euro NCAP rating when put under the crash-test experts’ microscope, no surprise given it’s inherently strong. All-round airbags help cushion occupants in collisions and two Isofix child seat mounting points are located in the rear seat.
There are a number of active safety systems installed, all designed to try and prevent the Evoque’s driver from being involved in an accident in the first place. Electronic stability control is complemented by autonomous emergency braking, lane-keeping assist and a driver fatigue detection system.
All barring base-spec Evoques are fitted with bi-xenon headlamps and LED day-running lights for additional safety.
- Design-led package means rear space is compromised
- Visibility out of the narrow rear windows is poor, too
- Plenty of boot space, though and a decent tow car
With five doors and a higher roofline than its counterparts, the Range Rover Evoque SUV is the most practical of the trio of bodystyles, although many of its rivals are more spacious, particularly for back-seat passengers.
That said, it’s more than suitable for a couple of young children where picnic baskets, pushchairs and other paraphernalia are part and parcel of regular trips.
There are also plenty of cubbies and well-chosen locations for water bottle holders.
While the styling will get you plenty of looks, visibility is significantly compromised. The shallow rear window doesn't give you a great view out of the back and oversized door mirrors mean your view when you are turning at tight angles isn't great. We'd also like some grab handles for the passenger, too.
Height aside, the Evoque takes up a similar amount of room on the road as a conventional family hatchback, so slotting it into a supermarket parking space shouldn’t prove tricky.
The design-led Evoque isn't as impractical as you might think: there’s 575 litres of loadspace with the rear seats up and 1,445 litres with them down.
Land Rover is also keen to point out that it has taken the trouble to make the Evoque pastime-friendly, with room for a couple of golf bags in the boot, by using spare space at the side of the car.
The Evoque's footprint isn't huge compared with other Range Rover products, but rearward visibility isn't great so the acoustic parking sensors, rear-view camera and automatic parking system could be useful if this is a concern.
How does the boot space compare?
Check the table below to see how the Land Rover Range Rover Evoque (11-19) compares to other similar cars in terms of available boot space.
|Land Rover Range Rover Evoque (11-19)||575 litres|
|BMW X1 SUV||505 litres|
|Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class||481 litres|
|Audi Q3 (11-18)||420 litres|