Available in both coupe and five-door Evoque body styles, the limited-edition model is based on the Dynamic (mid-range) trim level and includes the new Black Design Pack as well. This adds a rear spoiler, darkened front headlights and fog lights, black Range Rover lettering, clear tail lamps, black 20-inch wheels, black bumper trim and dark exhaust tips.
Inside, the theme carries over to include yellow contrast stitching on the seats, door panels, storage bin lid and dash, as well as a yellow anodized trim strip bisecting the dash.
If yellow is too bright an exterior color for you, the limited edition model can also be had in black, with a Sicilian Yellow roof and mirror caps. Should you want another color entirely, but still want the Black Design Package, you’re in luck: Dynamic trim Evoque models will be available with this package beginning in April.
Land Rover isn’t saying how many Sicilian Yellow Range Rover Evoque models it will build, or even which markets the attention-getting crossover will be sold in. It does say that orders are currently being taken, with deliveries (presumably in the U.K.) set to begin in May.