Land Rover first previewed its Evoque Convertible in concept form back in 2012. At the time, the British automaker was still gauging whether the concept should be given the green light for production.
Ultimately, the success of the regular Evoque three- and five-door variants persuaded Land Rover to do so as we now have spy shots of a prototype for the production version. It confirms that Land Rover is keeping the two-door, 2+2 seating layout of the concept.
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Stay tuned for updates as development of the Evoque Convertible progresses, and look for a debut sometime in 2016. If offered in the U.S., the vehicle will likely arrive as a 2017 model. Note, there are even more Evoque variants thought to be in the works. Possibilities include a long-wheelbase variant and a performance variant.