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Landrover Convertible Review

From its earliest days, the Land Rover designed to be a no-frills workhorse, with scant attention paid to design and comfort. Now half a century later, the Land Rover has come full circle, and largely thanks to its close ties with another UK icon, Jaguar, has become increasingly identified with the luxury car market.

With both of these giants of old now under the wing of the adventurous Tata Group of India traditions that have remained hallowed for decades are being cast aside, and... (full review continues below)

Landrover Convertibles

Landrover DC 100 Sport SUV Coupe Convertible

Landrover DC 100 Sport SUV Coupe Convertible
Year
2015
MSRP
$81,000
Fuel Economy
13 City / 22 Highway
Engine
5.0L V8
Seats
2
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Landrover Convertible Reviews

From its earliest days, the Land Rover designed to be a no-frills workhorse, with scant attention paid to design and comfort. Now half a century later, the Land Rover has come full circle, and largely thanks to its close ties with another UK icon, Jaguar, has become increasingly identified with the luxury car market.

With both of these giants of old now under the wing of the adventurous Tata Group of India traditions that have remained hallowed for decades are being cast aside, and in their place coming some very exciting motor cars, with none of them less spectacular than the Land Rover Convertible.

Under its full title of the Evoque Convertible, Land Rover are classifying their new baby as a premium convertible SUV, claiming it be the first of its type in the World when it came out from under the covers at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show in March.

Land Rover took their inspiration to go rag top after enjoying considerable success with their Evoque SUV, deciding to continue to develop a few variations on the same theme. The Land Rover Evoque Convertible certainly captured the imagination of those who visited Tata's stand at Geneva. The car is certainly distinctive, with its roof fully retracted, its comfortable four seats offering ample leg room for front and back seat passengers, and a drop down tail gate allowing for easy access to the trunk. With the roof up, baggage space in the ?poque convertible will be considerable, and even with it folded down alongside its Roll Over Protection System inside the trunk, there will be more than enough space available for any average families needs.

In any event, at this point, Land Rover have announced that for the time being the ?poque convertible will remain in the category of a concept car only. Gauging from the reactions from visitors to the Geneva Show, if the ?poque were to go into production it would attract some buyers.

Land Rover have stated that their Evoque convertible, would come either as a two door or four door, either petrol and diesel engined powered, with a choice of either two or four wheel drive.

the model on show at Geneva, sat proudly more than eight inches of the ground, with outstandingly designed 21inch wheels. When the hit the roads, all Evoque convertibles will come ffitted with Land Rover's Terrain Response system as standard.

The Land Rover Evoque Convertible will come with the highest standard of interior finishes, with leather upholstery as standard as well as all the latest technological advances, taking in DVD satellite navigation and Bluetooth connectivity.