If you're a massive fan of cars—especially cars from Jaguar Land Rover (or JLR)—then you may have already heard that Range Rover is releasing the newest version of an existing SUV. The one in question is the Evoque. It was first released back in 2010, and its newest edition is going to come out in the year 2020. There are plenty of cool features that are going to come with the new SUV, there's definitely one that stands out from all the rest.
As revealed by The Verge, the most noteworthy feature that's available with the 2020 Range Rover Evoque has been called the ClearSight Rear View Mirror by those behind JLR. The SUV's rearview mirror is more than just a rearview mirror; it can transform into a 50-degree view backup camera. The driver just flips a switch to make the change from the rearview mirror to the backup camera, and vice versa. It's an easy yet cool feature that will definitely make the driving experience easier.
The ClearSight Rear View Mirror isn't the only feature that makes the 2020 Evoque so exciting. It's the first mild hybrid car coming from JLR, making it a trailblazer for the massive car company. It has a small 48-volt battery connected to the powertrain, which gives a 50-horsepower boost to the SUV's four-cylinder engine. You can have your vehicle be recharged either by the sensation of driving or by plugging it in. There's also AI to make the vehicle for personalized during the driving experience.
Outside of the aforementioned features, there are other features within the 2020 Range Rover Evoque that are more common in many more vehicle. This includes Android Auto, CarPlay, and six USB plugs in the entire SUV. There's even a dual-screen InControl Touch Pro Duo infotainment system. This system includes a smartphone app that pairs with it, as well as over-the-air software updates.
Unfortunately, neither the pricing nor any other related details regarding the 2020 Range Rover Evoque have not yet been unveiled by JLR. It's expected that the luxury car company will announce everything by February at the Chicago Auto Show.