Land Rover Evoque 2022 made in Brazil debuts for R$ 377,950

After announcing the return of the Range Rover Evoque production in Brazil, this time in its 2nd generation, Land Rover now reveals the details of the new Evoque 2022 and also the versions that will be made at the brand’s factory in Itatiaia, Rio de Janeiro . The SUV arrives at dealerships in the country with a price of R$ 377,950 in the SE version and R$ 407,950 in the R-Dynamic HSE.

Like the Evoque produced in England, the model made at the Rio de Janeiro factory is based on the Premium Transverse Architecture (PTA) platform. The look also follows the same as the imported version so far, whose color catalog also includes the traditional shades of Fuji White, Santorini Black, Firenze Red and Eiger Gray. But with the arrival of the Evoque 2022, Land Rover offers three new color options for the SUV’s bodywork: Ostuni Pearl White, Seoul Pearl Silver and Portofino Blue, with the detail that the last two tones are paints from the special premium metallic palette.

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The nationalized Evoque 2022 brings under its hood the 2.0 turbo flex engine from the Ingenium family, which yields 250 hp and 37.2 kgfm of torque, always working together with a 9-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive. According to the brand, with this set the utility accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 7.5 seconds.

For the Brazilian market, the Evoque will be offered in SE and R-Dynamic HSE versions, both always equipped with the same 2.0 turbo engine described above. Terrain Response 2 system, Meridian sound and PIVO PRO multimedia center, the same used in Defender and which has an online update system. A detail for the multimedia, which is already available as soon as the driver enters the car – something possible thanks to the data system and also the extra battery.

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The Evoque R-Dynamic HSE features Windsor leather seats, extended leather trim on the dashboard and doors, adaptive autopilot and 360° vision camera with ClearSight function (which displays an image of the floor under the hood) as standard. and depth sensor (useful for traversing wetlands).

According to Land Rover, the Evoque has a 10% nationalization index, which includes the SUV seats, battery, wheels and tires, as well as other small components. Furthermore, the bodywork arrives already painted in Brazil, while the other parts and equipment come disassembled from the United Kingdom to be assembled at the Itatiaia plant, in Rio de Janeiro.

With this, Evoque joins Discovery Sport on the assembly line at the Rio plant, which now produces two different models.