Land Rover unveils Evoque at LA Auto Show



We were treated to a sneak preview of Land Rover's new five-door Evoque at Gaydon last week, but now the car gets its public debut at the LA show.

The model's premiere stateside is no coincidence – the manufacturer has big ambitions for its new entry level Range Rover in the US, espeacially as the American trend towards downsizing gathers pace. Expect LA urbanites to crawl all over it.

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