People mocked when the first epoch of the BMW X6 was uncovered, but it's BMW who seems to be having the last utterance in 2016 when the X6 has supervised to motivate more than one rival to come up with akin models. First, it was Acura, with the ill-fated ZDX, and then Mercedes-Benz, with the bulbous GLE Coupe. Soon we will also have a version of the Porsche Cayenne in this four-door-coupe SUV segment, but not before Land Rover leaps on the bandwagon as well.
Tentatively labelled the Range Rover Sport Coupe, the brand-new version from Coventry would be the fourth SUV in the carmaker's actual roll to wear the Range Rover appellation. You should expect it to be adjacent to the tiny Evoque than to the large Rangey, thinking both styling and magnitude. We're expressing this because Land Rover's first ever four-door-coupe SUV situation will be actually based on the iQ-AI standard platform, on which the Jaguar XE, XF, and F-Pace are also based. This means that a lot of aluminum and high-strength alloy will be used, making the version quite a lot lightweight than its direct contestants from BMW and Mercedes-Benz.
Concerning styling, despite the dense semblance, you can probably see the coupe shape from the side, which is more in formation with the Evoque than with the X6/GLE. Motor all-knowing, you should expect the brand-new extent of four and future six-cylinder motors from the JLR Ingenium family, including both diesel and gasoline architects.
The top of the extent version will most likely use a powered V8 and go for the SVR appellation, while a plug-in hybrid and all-electric models can be made available. The Range Rover Sport Coupe or Evoque XL should be officially uncovered in the second half of 2017, with its first public impression to happen at the 2017 Frankfurt Auto Show.