- One year into its second generation, the 2021 Range Rover Evoque is getting the brand’s new Pivi Pro infotainment system and new electrical architecture.
- A cabin-filtration system is a newly available option and there are a couple of new colors on the palette.
- A modest price hike raises the base version’s point of entry to $44,350.
Like its platform mate, the Discovery Sport, the 2021 Range Rover Evoque is getting Land Rover’s new electrical architecture and infotainment system that launched on the new Defender. Dubbed Pivi Pro, the infotainment system integrates Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and online connectivity allows the system to receive over-the-air updates. Users can modify the system to suit their needs and from our experience with the Defender, we’ve found it to be an improvement over the old system.
In addition to two new colors—Portofino Blue and Lantau Bronze—buyers can also choose to equip the Evoque with a new cabin air-filtration system that can switch itself on when allergens or pollution are detected.
Newly available for 2021 is a rear-collision monitor that uses radar to sense and warn if you’re about to be rear ended or if there are obstacles behind the Evoque. Land Rover also now offers a new three-dimensional view of the Evoque that displays in the infotainment touchscreen and operates at speeds up to 19 mph. All the extra standard equipment comes with a minor price hike: the entry point for the base Evoque rises $650, to $44,350. The top-end R-Dynamic HSE P250 model starts at $54,450.
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