For most of its history, Land Rover has built large, boxy SUVs that placed an unapologetic priority on outstanding off-road performance. In recent years, however, the British automaker has given its utilitarian vehicles a new sense of on-road luxury and style. And none is more stylish than the Range Rover Evoque, released in 2012.
For the 2013 model year, the compact and agile Evoque receives only a few changes that could easily go unnoticed: the addition of the new Pure trim level, a slightly revised grille and off-road guidance in its navigation system. The Pure trim level is joined by the Pure Plus trim level, which is more like the base model we saw in 2012.