2012 Range Rover Evoque Convertible by Startech

It’s a little odd to see a vehicle model make its debut at the same show where a tuning company will unveil a tuning program that highlights the very same thing the model is featuring. But such is what’s going to happen when Land Rover premieres the Range Rover Evoque Convertible at the same time as noted tuning company Startech is introducing their Evoque Convertible program.

A little confused now?

The latter’s program isn’t actually based on the Evoque Convertible that Land Rover will be presenting. What they did is develop their own open-top version of the Evoque independent from what Land Rover did on their new model.

Details behind Startech’s Evoque Convertible program have yet to be divulged, but it’s becoming apparent that we might have two Evoque Convertible models in attendance at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show.

Check out the teaser photo Startech released of their Evoque Convertible program leading up to its debut at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show.


I’m a little confused with the two Evoque. I prefer the Startech version where it stands-out against its twin.

It might be even the best version yet.

Many have said that it looks sportier ever since the drop of its top, but what I have noticed is the seemingly added aggression of its specs too.

To be honest, I think Startech’s project on the original Evoque will garner more attention from the zealous automotive fans, and even from the Range Rover team as Startech’s version appears to be sportier.

I love how Startech has tuned this to make it even more sporty-looking without losing its touch of luxury.

It’s like a big wagon of comfort and luxury. Additionally, the sporty look made it seem more competitive.

How is this independent when it exactly looks the same except the top is removed?

Is that really the color of its seating or is it only edited in Photoshop? I am truly confused. On the other hand, the convertible is looking more sporty than ever.

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