Today you can go out and buy a convertible of almost anything. Chop-top supermini’s, rag roofed sports cars, and even topless supercars can all be purchased. Think long enough about it and the only segment that hasn’t really dabbled in the convertible market is the 4X4 or crossover. Range Rover’s highly successful Evoque hopes to capitalize on this niche.
Though just a concept for now the Evoque Convertible, if received well, is a safe bet for production. Just like the standard car, this Evoque would get the option of both front or all wheel drive. Seating four in a familiar cabin, this luxury SUV would come to market in 2014 after extensive testing to insure it kept the rugged capabilities of the hard top.