When Land Rover first introduced the Evoque, the model singlehandedly shot the brand’s desirability to newfound, mainstream success. It’s been six years now, and they’ve sold over 600,000 units of the handsome SUV to over 130 countries. The Range Rover Evoque LandMark Edition is conceived as a tribute to that achievement.
The Evoque LandMark is mainly just a cosmetic exercise. On the outside, it gains the ‘Dynamic’ body kit, Carpathian Grey contrast roof and 19-inch gloss dark grey wheels. The Graphite Atlas finish also extends to the front grille, bonnet and brand lettering, while the paint is finished in the exclusive Moraine Blue colour, although Yulong White and Corris Grey are also available.
Interior enhancements meanwhile consists of a brushed satin centre console trim and Ebony leather seats that come together with ‘Light Lunar’ stitching. The Keyless Entry and Powered Gesture Tailgate are standard offerings here, while the 10-inch InControl Touch Pro touchscreen infotainment system can be had at an added cost.
The Range Rover Evoque LandMark Edition is only offered for the Td4 180 variant with a sticker price of £39,000 (approximately RM218k) for the manual and the £40,840 (approximately RM229k) for the automatic. Meanwhile, do check out our video review of the Evoque Si4 right below to see just how much we liked it.