The Range Rover Evoque Autobiography Dynamic will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show this month with an October release date.
The Evoque Autobiography Dynamic is available with either 3-door coupe or with 5-door boy styles.
The Dynamic suspension is specially tuned, the steering has been modified for additional on-centre precision; the chassis features upgraded suspension geometry, firmer spring rates and recalibrated adaptive dampers, increasing agility and turn-in response. It rides on bespoke satin technical grey 20” alloy wheels covering upgraded 350mm front disc brakes at the front.
There will be a choice of body colours, with a Santorini black contrasting roof as standard. Unique to the Autobiography Dynamic is the Phoenix orange metallic body colour scheme, as seen in our image. There is a new front grille and lower front valance and foglight surrounds. There are ‘Autobiography’ illuminated tread plates and ingot badging on the tailgate and front wing vents, while darkened headlights and clear tail lamps complete the exterior.
The interior sees a choice of a dynamic plus leather interior with either sports or premium climate seats in a range of four colours. The front seats also feature the Autobiography embossed logo, while the dashboard is highlighted with dark brushed aluminium trim accents unique to the Autobiography Dynamic.
Range Rover Evoque Autobiography Engine
The performance focussed Evoque is powered by a 2.0 litre turbocharged petrol engine producing 285PS and 400Nm of torque. This is an increase of 45PS and 60Nm compared with the existing Range Rover Evoque.
It is capable of 0-60 mph in 6.7 seconds and a limited top speed of 140 mph. The 2.0 litre engine is mated to a retuned ZF 9-speed automatic transmission with active driveline as standard. The CO2 emissions have been rated at 193 g/km with a combined fuel figure to be confirmed.
Range Rover Evoque Autobiography Prices
Prices have yet to be confirmed by Land Rover, but we would not expect much change from £50,000 – availability October 2014.Published 3 March 2014