The Range Rover Evoque won’t be released out on the market until next year, but it’s already catching a lot of attention from anyone who’s ever caught the car making test rounds on the streets.

This particular white beauty was caught doing the rounds in London a few days ago, and, by goodness, the Evoque is gorgeous. From what we’ve heard, this particular Evoque was out on the road filming a commercial, although if you ask us, we don’t think that releasing an advert for Range Rover’s new pride and joy would be all that needed, especially considering that its launch back in July already drew it a ton of positive feedback.

Then again, there’s nothing wrong with covering your bases, either. And knowing how the brand is trying be aggressive in promoting not only the Evoque, but their entire brand portfolio, we’re not surprised that the fellas over at Land Rover are doing all they can to aggressively bring the Evoque into the public consciousness.

But since this video of still shots is what we have at this point, we’re going to play it as often as we can and wait for the day when the SUV officially goes on sale, at which time, our bank accounts would be ready enough to support the financial blow of scooping one up for ourselves.

Photo credit: sssshaun


Source: You Tube

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  (216) posted on 12.29.2010

It looks like a well designed Mini SUV, not a mutant like the Countryman.

  (247) posted on 12.29.2010

creating a new brand form scratch takes a lot more money than simply branding a vehicle in a new market with the existing brand. These will sell well because of the LR name.

  (477) posted on 10.5.2010

This is nothing less than pure marketing genius on the part of Land Rover corporate and whomever came up with this idea. The iterations are just different enough to make them all separately interesting and they’re certain to create a lot of buzz about this new model.

  (858) posted on 09.20.2010

Land Rover isn’t done expanding its Range Rover model lineup now that the Estoque has made its official debut..."

  (570) posted on 09.15.2010

That think looks a lot like the new Explorer? I wonder if while Ford owned Range the same engineers and designers were working them together?

  (858) posted on 08.24.2010

I just bought a 2010 range rover hse last month and I love it. range rovers are classics that carry a prestige with its name. the range rover sport was pushing it, but still somewhat acceptable. the evoque is a cool car, but should have been branded a Land Rover, but of course calling it a range rover will sell more, if they add a 4th model, how would it be any different form the current LR3. I mean there are only so many styles of SUVs you can make.

  (702) posted on 08.23.2010

Hey what’s with the paint? Is it just cor showing that something good is coming out.

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