PRLog - Jan. 22, 2013 - HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill. -- Drivers who come to Land Rover Hoffman Estates (http://www.landroverhoffman.com/
2013 Range Rover Evoque
The goal of the new crossover is to combine state of the art technology for easier all-terrain capability, while making it even more affordable for consumers to incorporate this vehicle into their everyday lives. The new compact Land Rover platform will increase efficiency with a lighter design; there’s a possibility that Land Rover will share the platform with Jaguar to increase cost effectiveness.
Overall, the new crossover will not skimp on the luxury construction and materials associated with Land Rover, but will give consumers a compact option that still delivers versatile driving terrain options, cargo space, and towing capability. The aesthetic appearance of the new compact crossover will keep the cutting edge, chunky, box-like body style that defines Land Rover without giving it a “too-cute”
New technology could include a Terrain system which makes driving safer in both urban and off-road environments by displaying 3D visualization of the ground in front of the vehicle as an intelligent map to identify potential obstacles and suggest alternate routes. Just because the crossover will be compact, doesn’t mean it will offer anything but the latest technological improvements.
Customers that want to learn more about the possibility of a new compact crossover or any of the newest Land Rover models as they become available should contact the luxury car dealership (http://www.landroverhoffman.com/