The redesigned 2020 Range Rover Evoque moves to Land Rover's Premium Transverse Architecture. The longer wheelbase helps open up more rear interior legroom, by nearly an inch, while storage space in the rear compartment grows 6 percent to 21.54 cubic feet. The base Evoque S will start at $43,645, including shipping, in the U.S. Here's a roundup of snippets of Evoque reviews from the automotive media.
"The Evoque's new chassis may not be much different dimensionally, but its comportment feels streets ahead of the outgoing model in terms of compliance and general livability. The old Evoque often suffered from a somewhat brittle and occasionally nervous ride quality, a situation exacerbated by the SUV's large wheels, hobby-horse short wheelbase and somewhat darty steering. The 2020 Evoque's platform is a modest 13 percent stiffer than before, but it also features a new integral-link rear suspension and an updated version of the front MacPherson strut setup that features fluid-filled bushings to curb vibrations."
-- Chris Paukert, Roadshow by CNET