Land Rover has just debuted the third and final “Inspired by Britain” special edition Range Rover Evoque.
Called the NW8, the new Evoque is a tribute to Abbey Road and joins the SW1 Monochrome and SW1 Color special editions. The name NW8 refers to the postal code preface used for North Western London addresses in and around the Abbey Road area.
The NW8 will only be available painted white with a red roof, side view mirrors and badging. The 20-inch wheels, side vents, grille and bumper inserts all receive black paint while the headlights and fog lights get a darker tint.
Inside, a choice of Taurus leather Ebony seats with Pimento perforated inserts or Ebony seats with perforated Ebony inserts will be offered. Of course, as this is a special edition, embroidered headrests are standard equipment along with a red rotary driver selector and steering wheel mounted paddle shifters. To finish off the custom interior, a white gear lever insert with red graphics is also included.
Aside from barefooted Beatles crossing the street, Abbey Road is known for the large zebra crossing adorning the aforementioned bands album cover. Land Rover has included this design detail into the special edition Evoque with wide stripes plastered on the tread plates, seat tags and key fob.
To ensure the Range Rover Evoque NW8 remains exclusive, only 1,000 examples of this special edition will be built worldwide.