Range Rover Evoque NW8 Debuts in Montreal
Special Edition Limited to Just 1,000 Units
The Range Rover Evoque has proven to be one of the runaway hit models for Jaguar Land Rover, with high worldwide demand keeping the plant in Halewood, England, running around the clock to keep up with demand. The seemingly insatiable appetite of buyers for the upscale compact SUV has prompted the company to debut several special edition models, and Land Rover just unveiled another at the Montreal Auto Show today. The Range Rover Evoque NW8 commemorates the historic Abbey Road neighborhood in London, made famous by the Abbey Road Studios in which the Beatles recorded their eponymous album.
The Evoque NW8 gets an exclusive two-tone Fuji White and Firenze Red two-tone paint job, with the roof and mirror caps getting the red coror, with the lower half trimmed in white. The Range Rover lettering on the tailgate is also red. The NW8 is further distinguished by black bumper inserts and an anodized red rotary shift knob. Other unique touches include the trademark “zebra stripe” crosswalk pattern made famous by the album cover, which adorns the treadplates, seat tags, and key fob. The NW8 will be offered in select markets worldwide, but if you want one, act fast -- Only 1,000 examples of the unique trim are slated for production.
Source: Land Rover