New Delhi. Land Rover has decided to close productionof it’s first Generation Three-Door Range Rover Evoque due to low sales. Land Rover said that the company will present new 5-door Evoque and the Convertible Evoque in 2019. Next stage Range Rover Evoque is in the testing stage right now. Its design and looks are inspired by Rover Velar and it can be offered by the end of this year.
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Last year, the company closed the sale of three-door range rover in North America. It is now clear that due to low sales, the company is stopping its manufacturing. Company's full focus is now on Next-generation Range Rover Evoque. It will be presented at the Paris Motor Show in October. In the month of May, the Range Rover Evoque was seen. It is based on the D8 platform and can have more space because it has a coupe-like surfaceline. Apart from this, the attractive LED headlamps, the Bolt-on-Grill and the Black Alloy Wheel and the large spoilers are provided at the rear. Apart from this, new telelamps, new tailgates and rear bumpers have been provided in it.
Talking about the engine, it will have 4-cylinder turbocharged petrol and diesel engines. These engines will generate power of 150 bhp and 300 bhp respectively. Apart from this, by 2020, the company will also offer a version of its 1.5-liter engine with 48-volt electric system. The new Range Rover Evoque will compete with the Audi Q3.
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Audi will also launch new model of Audi Q-3. The new tail lamps are given in the rear, which will be given in the new Audi Q5. Second Generation Audi Q3 will be given the MQB platform, which will be light weight. In comparison to the current model, its wheelbase is 50mm higher, length is 60mm and width is 30mm.
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