With Range Rover having trouble producing enough Evoques just to fill current orders, the next-generation Range Rover, which we are hoping shares design cues with the Evoque, is also out and about testing before its expecte debut in 2013.
Our photographers managed to catch this mule as it was preparing for its day at the Nürburgring. As you can see in the photos, the one man team was desperately trying to cover the car up as these photos were taken.
Although just a mule and definitely not an indication of the final product, we can easily spot the full LED headlights and the proportions of the new Range Rover.
Following a night’s rest, this morning it found it self on the test track for some high-speed testing.
If Land Rover can make the next Range Rover look as good as the mini Evoque, there is bound to be another queue.