Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet inspired first novel, as we know, the car world record as a Homeric hymn. Amato about eight people (half of which may or may not work Car and Driver), the CrossCab was a sales disappointment, disappearing after model year 2014.
Fortunately, the British honor of Land Rover, apparently convinced his Indian leaders that CrossCabriolet died because it was quite simply sophisticated. Regardless of real reasons, the company was allowed to continue with the convertible Evoque, which first appeared as a concept at the Geneva Motor Show 2012.
Witness lovers droptop SUV, Evoque Convertible into production disguise, complete with roof that lowers in 18 seconds at speeds up to 30 mph. In his nose, the Evoque has the same 240-hp turbo four-banger as was since its launch in 2012.
The engine is bolted to the same ZF nine-speed automatic transmission, which acquired in 2014, running through a system AWD closely linked to life in the next Ford focus RS, encouraging less-hoon mode “drift”. ford
The top is flush with the waistline when retracted, while the rear trunklet a Mini Cooper convertible provides quick 8.9 cubic feet of storage. One ski pass-through is available. Opposite, the new convertible features infotainment system two doors InControl Touch Pro Jaguar Land Rover and a 10.2-inch screen which operate it.
How all this to-ing air CUV cost a person? A basic model with dynamic package SE will run $ 51,470 to start, which is about $ 10,000 more than the Nissan asked for their contribution in the segment. Deliveries will start mid next year. It is producing a mission convertible Evoque fools?
Given the fate of CrossCab, most likely. We are delighted that Land Rover is moving forward anyway? Absolutely. There can never be too strange in this business.