The LRX is dead, long live the LRX! Just don’t call it that; instead, it’s now called the Range Rover Evoque, and the picture you see was released today in advance of its official debut at the Paris Auto Show this October.
Land Rover isn’t telling us much about the baby of the family, but it’s expected to go on sale in Summer 2011, with some kind of powertrain at some kind of price point. I wish I could fill in the details, but you’ll have to check back for additional information,
Why Evoque? Inside Line quotes Land Rover’s managing director, Phil Popham as saying, “(the name) implies exclusivity and arouses emotions. Evoque is cosmopolitan and cross-continental, sophisticated and matches the car’s urban elegance”. Which explains why they didn’t go with my suggestion of “The Tata A Cup”