As crossovers (aka demi-SUVs) go, the Range Rover Evoque isn’t the roomiest, or the most affordable, or even the most economical. But damn if it isn’t the coolest looking. Whether you pick the 3-door or the 5-door, there’s a good chance you’ll find yourself looking back at it over your shoulder every time you walk away. The sinewy proportions, “chop top” greenhouse and bold surface detailing all work in concert to create one big, four-wheeled eye magnet.
But whether you buy an Evoque to see, be seen in or a combination of the two, you’ll still have to compete with other Evoque owners. Unless, of course, you invest in making your British soft roader stand out from the crowd of standouts. If you’ve been a semi-regular visitor to this site for the last year or so, you’ll know there’s already a bumper crop of body kits out there for the Evoque, and now an established modifier of the larger (and, as many purists will eagerly proclaim, real) Range Rovers is entering the market.