The 2021 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque continues with the same attractive design as last year, but changes have been made underneath the hood and on the inside. Last year’s P300 powertrain has been discontinued, leaving the P250 powertrain, which consists of a 246-horsepower turbocharged four-cylinder engine as the only choice available.
On the inside, the Evoque now comes with Land Rover’s Pivi Pro infotainment system that brings over-the-air updates, Android Auto, and Apple CarPlay as standard. A new available Online Pack package includes Wi-Fi hot spot, Spotify integration, and a wireless charging pad.
These aren’t major changes, but they simplify the Evoque’s lineup, which should make it easier for consumers to find the right model for them. The new infotainment system promises to be easier to use than last year’s and brings more modern features to the table.