Range Rover wants to fill the gap between Evoque and Range Rover Sport with a mid-size model. The British magazine "Autocar" reports that the new model is to be unveiled at the end of 2016. The SUV is likely to share the Jaguar SUV F-Pace technology components announced for 2016, but according to the report it should have a longer wheelbase and a seven-seater option.
Between the 4,37 meter long Evoque and the 4,86 meter long sport there is still room for a model that could target competitors BMW X3 or Porsche Macan. The new model series should also attract customers who otherwise might have opted for a luxury sedan, the magazine suspects.
Author: Hanne Lübbehüsen / SP-X