They’re sending teams of engineers across the globe to test it in the world’s most challenging conditions. This should be fun…
"The all-new Range Rover Evoque has entered its final phase of testing, with hundreds of prototype models dispatched around the globe for trial in the toughest climates and conditions," the company said in a statement. Those conditions include everything from the desert to the arctic, because it’s a Land Rover, and the German Autobahn and Tokyo city traffic, because it’s a Range Rover. Twenty different countries in all.
“The development stage is crucial in the year leading up to launching the car. No stone is left unturned, we have a team of experienced and skilled engineers who will work it (thoroughly).”
Land Rover is hiring 1,000 people at its Halewood plant to produce the SUV next year, and they’re determined to get it right. They are working with 120 component suppliers and carrying out over 17,000 individual tests to examine every separate part and every system.
Having received over 10,000 “expressions of interest” online and through dealerships, the Evoque sounds like a success just waiting to happen. And with all of this exhaustive testing, its quality sounds just as promising.
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