In essence it distils the powerful Range Rover ethos into a compact form, and in the process it has reaped record sales for the Indian-owned yet still proudly British off-road specialist. But the long and expensive options list is a pain. Add that onto the up-front price and it’s not that hard to have an Evoque nudging $100,000. The good news is the value equation is improving with more equipment arriving for 2017, including a new-generation turbo-diesel engine.