Range Rover Evoque Prototypes say "Hello" to your city

Posted on Wednesday, 14 July 2010 , 21:07:00 byAlina

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Range Rover Evoque Prototypes say

The all-new Range Rover Evoque has entered its final phase of testing, which will involve millions of miles in extreme endurance conditions.

The carmaker is making no secret of the operation. Its design team has covered ten prototypes in psychedelic camouflaged vinyl wrap, which is actually a GPS mapping trail of ten key cities for Evoque, with each vehicle saying 'Hello' to its city. The funky liveried Range Rover Evoque prototypes are meant to introduce the new small SUV to the world's markets.

Land Rover is preparing a surprise for its clients in London, New York, Sau Paulo, Paris, Milan, Madrid, Berlin, Sydney, Shanghai, and Moscow as the new Range Rover Evoque has chosen these cities to do these tests.

Many of Land Rover's 3500 engineers are dedicated to the programme. Teams will travel to 20 countries to pit the Evoque against all types of weather conditions, ranging from the Arctic to the desert, from German Autobahns to Tokyo city traffic.

Land Rover has pulled out all of the stops by working with the engineers to carry out 17,000 individual tests as well as working with 120 unique component suppliers.

These tests are meant to ensure the new Range Rover Evoque surpasses the highest standards of quality and reliability when it goes on sale in summer 2011.

The new Range Evoque is the smallest, lightest and most efficient model the company has ever offered, and will go on sale next summer in 160 markets worldwide.

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