Range Rover Evoque Sicilian Yellow Limited Edition Revealed

Land Rover has unveiled a new limited edition Range Rover Evoque Sicilian Yellow at the Brussels Motor Show today.

Based on the Evoque Dynamic Plus, the Sicilian Yellow Limited Edition is available in coupé and 5-door variants with two exterior colour schemes: a Sicilian Yellow body with a Santorini Black roof, or a Santorini Black body with a Sicilian Yellow roof and door mirrors.

Interior boasts yellow contrast stitching on seats, central storage area, door trims and fascia mid-section, plus an anodised yellow horizontal finisher.

The Evoque Sicilian Yellow Limited Edition also debuts the Black Design Pack which includes rear sport spoiler, darkened front headlights and fog lamps, black Range Rover lettering, clear rear lamps, 20-inch Gloss Black forged wheels, black painted bumper sections and dark exhaust finishers.

Engine choices include a 2.2-litre diesel with either 148bhp or 187bhp mated to 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic transmission and four-wheel drive. The two wheel drive eD4 uses the 148bhp and is connected to a six-speed manual, producing just 129g/km of CO2. For petrol fans there is a 237bhp turbocharged Si4 engine combined with a 6-speed automatic and four-wheel drive.

The Evoque Sicilian Yellow Limited Edition is now available to order with first deliveries in May. Prices start from around £44,000.


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