This will make pricing more affordable and competitive with others in its segment. Currently, the Evoque is brought into India via the CBU route which attracts hefty import duty of 170%. Local manufacture, which is slated to commence later this year or early 2015, will allow to company to price the new Evoque on par with other crossover SUVs in the segment.
Land Rover Evoque with 9 speed ZF automatic transmission made its official debut at 2014 Auto Expo. 2014 Evoque was noted to have undergone subtle changes to enhance its exterior appeal while it gets new alloy wheels and detailing around fenders.
Jaguar Land Rover has introduced a unique Wade Assist System on board the new Evoque which comes into play when tackling flooded streets during the monsoons. A new Traffic Sign Recognition system has also found its way into the new Evoque while there is a major change where transmission is concerned, ditching its previous 6 speed transmission for a new and more efficient 9 speed ZF transmission. With this new transmission on board, the 2014 Evoque sees fuel efficiency enhanced by 11.4% while auto emissions are reduced by 9.5%. (via)