Range Rover's incoming Evoque has been teased in the most artistic of ways, with a number of wire sculptures set up across London to preview the new version of the brand's mid-size SUV.
It's been some eight years since the first Evoque - which was partly influenced by Victoria Beckham - debuted, so to mark the new model, Range Rover targeted some of London's more affluent suburbs with its 1:1 scale wire-frame displays.
Kensington and Chelsea were chosen as locations for the displays for the new car, which will be revealed in the metal on November 22.
So, what else do we know? The Evoque is expected to abandon its two-door body style this time around, instead focusing on a more conventional five-door design. And it should ride on an updated platform (the D8 architecture) that unlocks electric powertrain possibilities, though the drivetrain specifics are yet to be confirmed.
The Evoque will be unveiled in London before hitting the stand at the LA Auto Show.
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