New design plus technologies that deliver better efficiency, lower running costs and an enhanced ownership experience will be features of the 2016 Range Rover Evoque.
Land Rover’s fastest-selling model will be available from £30,200 when revamped variants arrive in September.
Leading the way is a new four-cylinder Ingenium engine delivering up to 68mpg in the eD4 two-wheel drive version.
And the premium brand is offering customers greater opportunity to personalise their Evoque with an increased range of standard and optional equipment.
It means customers can select from SE, SE Tech, HSE Dynamic, HSE Dynamic Lux and Autobiography trim grades.
The Evoque’s exterior design has been updated with revisions like a new front bumper, two new grille designs, all-LED headlamps, a tailgate spoiler and three new alloy wheel designs.
Inside, there’s a new seat design, new colours and cabin materials aimed at increasing the car’s feeling of luxury.
Land Rover’s new infotainment system, InControlTM Touch, is also introduced from the autumn with an eight-inch touchscreen and more applications and driver aid.
In addition, a new Gesture Control feature is available for the first time on a Land Rover allowing the user to open the tailgate hands-free.
Prices start at £30,200 for the 150bhp Evoque SE eD4 2WD manual model rising to £51,800 for the 180bhp TD4 Autobiography with 4WD.
The Range Rover Evoque Coupe starts at £32,200 for the eD4 SE Tech 2WD model.
New features as standard include Lane Departure Warning, Autonomous Emergency Braking, heated eight way adjustable front seats, powerfold door mirrors, automatic headlamps, rain sensing wipers and automatic climate control in addition to the current version’s spec.
And Land Rover says service intervals for the TD4 engine have been extended from 16,000 miles to 21,000 miles to reduce running costs.