After many months of waiting, fans of the upcoming Range Rover Evoque will finally be able to test drive the new crossover. Rumors are that the Evoque might be coming to Fred Lavery Company in Birmingham, MI sooner than expected.
"In preparation for production and delivery of the Evoque, Jaguar Land Rover doubled its Halewood workforce to 3,000 employees. The carmaker expects to export 75% of output at the plant," according to sources.1
Land Rover began production of Range Rover Evoque last week. The first vehicle was driven off the line at Land Rover's Halewood plant in Liverpool, UK. Land Rover said that it already received 18,000 orders world wide for the vehicle, which is one of over a dozen new vehicles the auto maker is planning to launch in the next few years.
The car will come with a US pricing of $43,995 for the base 5-door model. Add $1000 for the sportier 3-door variant.