New Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Teased With Wire Sculptures

A pair of wire-frame sculptures of the second-generation Land Rover Evoque					Handout Land Rover

Now, the Tata Motors-owned automaker is doing it again in U.K.'s capital by exhibiting full-scale wire art installations of the second-generation Evoque. Blending simple lines with modernity, the 1:1 scale wire forms showcase a fast roofline and rising waistline.

The front end retains its slim headlight and grille design, but the lower airdam is significantly larger - something no doubt inspired by all of today's "two-tier" designs - while the tail end sees a taillight structure extending across the rear end, reminding us of the Velar.

It is also likely to borrow some of the stunning interior design elements of the Velar with a dual screen simply in the centre console. Interestingly, the wire sculptures have been designed by the same team in charge of designing the new Range Rover Evoque, thus giving us a general idea as to what to expect in terms of the SUV's design. "Where better to put these bespoke installations on display than in the heart of London - one of the greatest cities in the world", said Land Rover chief design officer Gerry McGovern. The order books will open on the same day as the SUV's big debut in London, although not for all markets.

Prices for the auto are expected to start upwards of £30,000, however, no official pricing has been confirmed yet. More than 750,000 examples have been sold since 2011, and during this period, the Evoque received more than 225 awards.

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