Jaguar Land Rover Malaysia announced that the new Range Rover Evoque will be launched in Malaysia this coming 26th of June 2020. The virtual launch will take place on its Facebook page at 11 am.

For starters, the new Range Rover Evoque in Malaysia will come with a 2.0-litre petrol-powered turbocharged Ingenium engine paired to a 9-speed automatic gearbox.

Aside from looking like a baby Velar, the new Evoque is also laden with technology. It’s the first Land Rover to feature Smart Settings, an artificial intelligence system that can learn and adapt to its driver’s preference.

The new Evoque will also get the Clear Sight Technology which includes ClearSight Rear View Mirror and ClearSight Ground View. ClearSight Rear View turns the side mirrors into a high-definition screen using a camera positioned on top of the car. The display provides a 50-degree field of vision and superior visibility in low light.

ClearSight Ground View on the other hand allows the driver to see what’s happneing under the engine. This is achieved by projecting a 180-degree view of the ground onto the car’s infotainment display.

Onboard, the new Evoque features the Land Rover InControl Touch Pro Duo infotainment system. It consists of two 10-inch high-definition glass touchscreens and a 12.3-inch display on the instrument cluster. At the back, the Evoque’s boot is rated at 591 litres, expandable to 1,383 litres with the second row seats folded.

range rover evoque to be launch in Malaysia on 26th June 2020 via Facebook

Details on pricing and variants will be announced at the virtual launch.Those interested can receive updates on the launch and details of the car here.

The new Range Rover Evoque in Malaysia will come with a 5-year/150,000km warranty, 5-year/65,000km service package and 3-years Roadside Assistance.


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Pan Eu Jin
Regularly spend countless hours online looking at cars and parts I can't afford to buy. How a car makes you feel behind the wheel should be more important than the brand it represents - unless resale value is your thing.