THE Range Rover Evoque is being updated with subtle changes to the exterior and significant upgrades to onboard technology and interior trim.
A new floating 11.4-inch curved glass touchscreen replaces the previous set-up and offers full digital control over key vehicle functions, powered by Land Rover's latest Pivi Pro infotainment system which features built-in Amazon Alexa voice control.
There's also a new grille and a slimmer headlight design which uses Pixel LED lighting as part of the company's reductive design philosophy.
Other changes see advanced cabin air purification and the use of non-leather materials in the seats, although leather upholstery remains available.
The new Evoque is due to be on the road later in the year and will be priced from £40,080 for the front-wheel-drive diesel D165 model.
Other engines are the D200 diesel and the P200 and P250 petrols, all of which are mild-hybrids. The P300e plug-in hybrid also stays in the line-up and can now manage up to 39 miles of emission-free driving.
Technology such as the 3D Surround View camera system, the Clearsight Ground View set up and the rear view camera display in the interior mirror are carried forward while the new lighting system will be standard on Dynamic HSE and Autobiography trim levels.