Range Rover Evoque Cabriolet
“Roof stowed (with no consequence to the 251 litre boot, aside from the letter box you have to post luggage through to access it), the Evoque proves to be a decent drop-top, so far as buffeting goes. The windows stand tall above the beltline, so with the glass raised the cabin remains cocooned from all but the merest breeze.
“Drop the windows and sure, it’s draughtier, but even up to 60mph we’re talking a pleasant wind in the hair ruffle rather than a category five scalping. The hair boutiques of Soho will be devastated.
“You’ll stay warm too. No heated steering wheel is a major faux pax, but the heater is, as usual for a Land Rover, so effective it’s a wonder the plastic vanes in the vents don’t melt. And the heated seats seem potent enough to liquefy your insides. Maybe don’t have a strong curry before a winter evening’s al fresco motoring.”
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