The Range Rover Evoque pictured in Chicago. Range Rover I was excited to travel to Athens, Greece, recently to drive the 2020 Range Rover Evoque, the second generation of the car that helped launch our current plague of luxury compact sports utility vehicles. My excitement, as with a lot of people on the junket, mostly had to do with visiting Greece for the first time. Another short luxury vacation in a glamorous locale: this is why negative reviews of new cars rarely appear.I’d seen in the press materials that Land Rover was launching this new Evoque with a plug-in hybrid variant. A Range Rover that you can plug into the wall! Now I was actually excited. We’d drawn one step nearer to my dream of a world populated by electric, self-driving cars.Subscribe to Observer’s Lifestyle NewsletterWhen we got there, Range Rover disappointed me by announcing they’d have no plug-ins on hand for us to test. Those will be sold in the European markets only. Instead, we got to spend our days behind the wheels of what they call a “mild hybrid.”A mild hybrid is essentially a car with a small electric motor that assists an internal combustion engine, allowing the… Read full this story
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