RR Evoque: driven to extremes
The hottest, muddiest, coldest, glitziest test in history: we go global in the baby Rangey
Posted: 09 Dec 2011
It's an easy car to slot through Vegas's 24-hour traffic, feeling compact and dainty, the steering sharp and the visibility surprisingly bearable, considering the Evoque's squished rear.
Despite its wedged profile, there's plenty of rear-seat space in both the three-and five-door Evoque, but if you're planning on putting kids back there, bear in mind that the narrow windowline will make long journeys claustrophobic. Solve this by speccing the giant, panoramic sunroof of our test car - a £460 option, and the ideal birthday present for any budding junior astronomer.