For reference, the current Range Rover Evoque’s wheelbase is 105.6 inches long. With a longer wheelbase, this variant will offer a more spacious cabin with more legroom for rear passengers in the five-seat layout. Alternatively, the Range Rover Evoque LWB will likely be available with seven seats.
It’s not clear if the Evoque LWB will be sold worldwide or if it will be limited to markets such as China where long-wheelbase variants of existing models are often sold exclusively. We’re hoping it will launch in the US, however, because the current model’s rear legroom is very limited inside the otherwise spacious cabin.