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The Range Rover Evoque gets 20 mpg in the city and 27 on the highway, according to EPA estimates.
Like a lot of car names, “Evoque” seems to be a made-up word. But in the case of the 2020 Range Rover Evoque, it sounds like the English word for “evoke” – and it matches the meaning. This vehicle evokes luxury unexpected in this size class and all the attributes of the Range Rover brand.
Range Rover’s 2020 model is the second-generation Evoque, and it’s even sleeker and smoother than the original, which launched on these shores as a 2012 model.