The Range Rover Evoque Convertible is an updated version of a concept vehicle that truly caught the eye when first unveiled. This vehicle looks unlike any others before it not necessarily in terms of its engineering but its surface paint job and appearance, what with its striking black and white camouflage pattern.
The vehicle was teased to petrolheads and camouflage aficionados in a video showing the handsome SUV navigating through a network of subterranean tunnels.
The Range Rover Evoque Convertible is set to be manufactured in Land Rover's Halewood plant in the UK, alongside the likes of the Evoque five-door and coupe models. It is expected to be available on the market in 2016.
Land Rover is yet to release further specifics of the vehicle, but this camouflage appearance is sure to already be a selling point for those looking to stand out on the road.
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