At the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, Land Rover unveiled a convertible version of the recently launched Range Rover Evoque compact sport utility vehicle, called the Range Rover Evoque Cabriolet. The cabriolet is based on the Evoque three door coupé and is designed to blend the all-terrain capabilities of an SUV with the fun in the sun experience of the convertible.
At the same time, Nissan was selling its version of a crossover based convertible, the Murano Cross Cabriolet. During its short production cycle, the Murano cross cabriolet failed at attracting customers’ attention worldwide and this lack of success led to Nissan to drop the model from its future Murano range.
However, according to new article from Autocar, spy photographers were able to capture images of a heavily camouflaged Evoque in Europe which could hint at a production version of the Evoque convertible, which debuted in 2012. Land Rover officials expect to sell a lot of these cabriolets worldwide due to the current success of the Evoque model line.
As of this writing, there are no official images of this new model, but it is safe to say that the production version of the Evoque cabriolet will look like the concept pictured below.
Images sourced from Land Rover via Google Images