Range Rover Ember Edition
The new Range Rover Ember Edition features a sporty appeal and some new tech inside to revamp the SUV. Range Rover

A revamped look for the Range Rover Evoque has the vehicle touting red streaks in all the right places. Land Rover has announced the exclusive and special edition Range Rover Evoque.

Halewood-built and a limited edition, the 2017 Range Rover Evoque model is dubbed as the Ember edition. The name mimics the fiery additions of red on the black body to bring a new look to the car.

According to Top Gear, the SUV’s new look is only one of the main highlights of the Range Rover Evoque. It now has a 10.2-inch InControl Touch Pro multimedia interface, which used to be seen in the Evoque Cabrio. This will reportedly replace the JLR systems that used to offer poorer controls.

So far, this may be among the smallest updates that the company has done to the Range Rover Evoque. The sector has managed to attain global sales of beyond 520,000. While a small update, according to Liverpool Echo, the goal of the brand was to provide a new feel to the SUV.

“We wanted to give the Range Rover Evoque Ember special edition a sporty feel; contrasting the intensity of the Firenze Red with Santorini Black really shows off the Evoque’s stand-out properties,” said Land Rover Studio Director for Exterior Design Phil Simmons.

The red Ember theme is not just seen on the outside. There are Pimento Red stitching on the Ebony Black seats, as well as black and red mats to complement the Gloss Black trim.

More than the aesthetic changes, Land Rover also included the Low Traction Launch. This allows drivers to have the best launch on low friction on whatever terrain, thanks to the manually selectable driver mode.

The Range Rover Evoque Ember Edition will be available to order at a limited time of three months during the summer. It’s expected to roll out come September with the price starting at £47,200 (approx. AU$60,900).

Range Rover Evoque Ember Edition (Credit: YouTube/CAR VIDEOS)