The well-appointed Range Rover Evoque may masquerade as a luxury vehicle when in the city, but it's tough enough to earn its sport utility stripes once it goes off road.
The vehicle's design is based on the company's original LR2 model, but the use of aluminum and composite materials makes this SUV considerable lighter that its predecessor—around 4,000 pounds. Drivers can go from 0 to 60 more quickly (seven seconds, to be exact) and brake more efficiently, too.
The trimming down of the Evoque's heft also means you'll pay less at the pump.
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