More variety and distinction that proposed Land Rover the new Range Rover British Edition a very particular SUV distinguished by incorporating some colors and light décor British 'taste'. Among them are the motifs inspired by the famous pedestrian crossing Abbey Road which was responsible for popularizing the defunct band The Beatles on the cover of one of their albums.
The new Range Rover Evoque British Edition is the third in the latest editions -the two special editions are the Range Rover Evoque and Range Rover Colour Union Monochrome- Union which has recently introduced Land Rover of this SUV.
Based on the existing Dynamic version this version Evoque British Edition features a number of decorative and aesthetic elements that are a tribute to a London borough that is located in the northwest an area with zip code where the popular Street NW is located Abbey Road. First the body color is called Fuji White in contrast to the red Firenza Red Roof the mirror housings and emblems Range Rove bonnet and tailgate. Meanwhile alloy wheels 20-inch specific design presented in Viper Nest and are painted in Narvik Gloss Black finish.
The interior of the Range Rover Evoque British Edition also has interesting elements such as Ebony seats with two types of stitching and red anodized embroidered on headrest and in command of cylindrical gears with matching automatic cams CommandShiftTM (the manual versions are distinguished by the white and red typography trim shifter).
The most characteristic and staff Evoque British Edition emblem is in the logo embroidered seats and command key evoking the famous pedestrian crossing in Abbey Road album cover of The Beatles. Initially production of the Range Rover Evoque British Edition is limited to 1000 units worldwide of which only 10 of them are aimed at the Spanish market.
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