The 2012 Range Rover Evoque is winding down the year by winning yet another award, SUV of the Year by Esquire magazine. The sporty crossover has been a pretty big step in a smaller direction for Land Rover, but it's ben wildly successful. Esquire's prestigious award is just one of the many Evoque has won in its firs year on the market.
In 2012, Land Rover will be 5 updated or new vehicles, including the anxiously anticipated Range Rover Evoque, a mini-SUV. Land Rover sees the Evoque as an extension of the top-class Range Rover model, so it not only gets the Range Rover name, it also gets a long list of high-end features and options. The Evoque is available in two- and four-door configurations, standard with all-wheel drive in the U.S.A 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder is the only engine and a six-speed transmission is the sole gearbox. With 240 horsepower and 250 pound-feet of torque.