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Land Rover has reworked the option sheet for the 2013 Range Rover Evoque with a new base model and a lower entry price. Buyers on (more of) a budget can slide into the Evoque Pure, which lands at $41,995 and is only available in five-door configuration. That's a reduction of around $2,000 compared to the 2012 model (pictured).


Word from an Automotive News Europe report is that Land Rover may build a sub-Evoque compact SUV. According to the report, Design Director Gerry McGovern told ANE, "Certainly, I think we can go smaller," continuing, "In a world focusing on sustainability you could argue that smaller and lighter is the way to go."