Land Rover has released images of the Range Rover Evoque Convertible Concept before its official debut at Geneva Motor Show 2012 which takes place next month. What you see in the photographs is the Range Rover Evoque Convertible Concept, the car will exhibit at Geneva Motor Show 2012 on March 6. The Swiss presence at the show will serve to take the pulse of potential customers to see if it’s appropriate or not to put it into production. If you would like, however, would pass at least another two years before you see it in dealerships.
Canvas hood. The idea of an SUV is not a new discovery – there’s the recent, unfortunate precedent of the Nissan Murano Convertible – but you can not forget that in the seventies and eighties there were those who cut the roof to the Range Rover to mount a hood of cloth. Even the Evoque Convertible Concept, built starting from the coupe, has a canvas cover, which disappears in a compartment behind the rear seats when it is lowered. The Evoque coupe also has two roll bars behind the headrests and retractable hidden, from a mechanical standpoint, it keeps the same characteristics of the closed versions, including four-wheel drive and the Terrain Response system.
Construction. The construction of the concept includes, among other things, the cameras surround the Park assists and infotainment system with eight-inch monitor and audio system signed Meridian. The appearance is obviously characterized by enormous 21-inch wheels Titan silver and gray metallic body color Causeway.