2023 Range Rover Evoque Price, Top Speed, 0-60 & Specifications

2023 Range Rover Evoque is the snappy dresser of the subcompact-SUV class, and it’s guaranteed to turn heads. However, sadly its practical attributes don’t touch up to those of the segment’s leaders. Neither its cargo capacity nor interior space is as generous as in rivals such as the BMW X1, Mercedes-Benz GLB-class, and Volvo XC40. These SUVs provide more driving engagement than the Evoque.

The Rover offers a choice of two turbocharged four-pot engines but neither will save much at the pump, as their fuel efficiency is below average. Ultimately, the Evoque’s charm lies in its eye-catching styling language, tailored cabin, and luxury-brand cachet. On the plus side, its tall seating position gives it a more SUV-like feel than some lower-riding rivals.

What’s New?

The Evoque remains largely unchanged for the 2023 model year, but it does gain Amazon Alexa integration. The voice assistant works via Evoque’s Pivi Pro infotainment system and is standard across the lineup. Unfortunately, the SUV’s chunky exterior belies its cabin space, which is tight; especially for those in the back seat. On comparing to other subcompact SUVs such as the X1 and the XC40, the Evoque’s rear seats feel downright confined. While interior materials are quite nice. The car can be ordered with textured-cloth upholstery that covers the seats, door panels, and dashboard. Leather is still offered as standard too.

Engine & Performance


The Cute Rover is powered by a 246-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter four-pot named P250 and is paired with a nine-speed automatic and all-wheel drive as standard. On testing, the Evoque took a mediocre 7.1-seconds for a 0-60-mph run. Competitors such as the BMW X1 and the Volvo XC40 do them slightly quickly, but the Land Rover is still competitively lively. The more powerful P300 powertrain is limited to the top-spec HST R-Dynamic.

That engine makes a stout 296-hp and is abetted by a 48-volt hybrid system. The P300 on testing, managed a 6.6-second 0-60-mph time. On the road, one cannot mistake the Evoque for a hatchback car as with the X1. It feels substantial, and the seat height is SUV-friendly; it handles corners sharply but won’t satisfy enthusiast drivers in the same way as the BMW or Mercedes-Benz GLA class.


2023 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque MileageCityHighway
Evoque20 mpg27 mpg
2023 Range Rover Evoque

As per the EPA estimates, the Evoque should deliver up to 20 mpg in the city and 27 mpg on the highway. While on testing, the P250 returned a ra-ther dismal 24 mpg highway.

Dimensions & Airbags

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2023 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Dimensions
Length172.1 in
Width75.0 in
Height64.9 in
Wheelbase105.6 in
Cargo Volume22 cu ft
Airbags7 Airbags
2023 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Dimensions

Every Evoque model features a 10.0-inch infotainment touchscreen running Land Rover’s Pivi Pro interface. The system offers good functionality and is much improved over the last gen models’ InControl Touch Pro system. Navigation and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto integration are all standards; a HUD, a Wi-Fi hotspot, and a Meridian premium audio system with SiriusXM satellite radio are all optional.


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  • 2023 Range Rover Evoque
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2023 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque TrimsPrice (USD)
R-Dynamic S$47,775
R-Dynamic SE$52,275
R-Dynamic HST$56,475
2023 Range Rover Evoque Price

We’d recommend getting the mid-range R-Dynamic SE model. As it adds features such as a power liftgate, 14-way power-adjustable front seats, automatic high-beam headlamps with auto-leveling, LED daytime running lights, and 20-inch wheels. We’d also splurge over the extra cash for the Online Pack option package.

Specifications & Top-Speed

2023 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque SpecificationsSpecs
Engineturbocharged 2.0L inline-4
Horsepower296 hp
Torque295 lb-ft
0-60 MPH6.6 sec
0-100 MPH18.9 sec
1/4 Mile15.2 sec
Top Speed150 mph
2023 Range Rover Evoque Specs

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