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Range Rover Evoque SVR may be in the works

Land Rover is reportedly set to expand its new high-performance Special Vehicle Operations lineup to include a more powerful Range Rover Evoque SVR. There have been reports of a more powerful Evoque for a while, but now it might actually happen.

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Land Rover is reportedly set to expand its new high-performance Special Vehicle Operations lineup to include a more powerful Range Rover Evoque SVR. There have been reports of a more powerful Evoque for a while, but now it might actually happen.
The next-generation Evoque is already in the works, but isn’t due to arrive until 2018 at the earliest, so there is still time to introduce the Evoque SVR. Gerry McGovern, Land Rover’s design director recently hinted at the possibility of an Evoque SVR.

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“Evoque runs for another three years and I’m not saying no to anything because the whole reason for Special Vehicle Operations is to take all these different [vehicle] families and actually do special versions on all of them.

The first SVR model was the Range Rover Sport SVR with its 550-hp 5.0L supercharged V8, but it arrives we can expect more SVR models, including versions of the Discovery and eventually the Evoque.

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