Land Rover is celebrating the sixth anniversary of its Evoque compact crossover with the debut of the special-edition Evoque Landmark.
The Evoque Landmark is set apart from standard versions of the crossover by its exclusive Moraine Blue exterior color, which is inspired by the turquoise lakes of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. It’s also available in Yulong White and Corris Grey and is further differentiated by a unique body kit, a contrasting Carpathian Grey roof, Gloss Dark Grey 19-inch wheels and Graphite Atlas exterior trim.
The cabin also gets some special equipment in the way of grained and perforated Ebony leather seats with contrasting Light Lunar stitching and brushed satin center console trim. Land Rover’s new 10-inch InControl touchscreen with a 4G Wi-Fi hotspot is available as an option and can be enhanced with the available Touch Pro Services, which adds real-time traffic mapping and a Live Apps sidebar with weather information, news, a flight tracker and more.
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The Evoque is Land Rover’s most decorated model ever, having won 200 awards since it first went on sale in 2011. An Evoque rolls off the automaker’s Halewood, U.K., production line every 170 seconds, with the majority of them destined to arrive in one of 130 foreign markets where it’s sold. Two more lines in China and Brazil help support further demand for the compact crossover.
The Range Rover Evoque Landmark will make its official debut at the Royal Windsor Horse Show on May 10 before going on sale that same day. Pricing and availability outside the U.K. have yet to be announced.