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Baby Range Rover on tour

Ten Range Rover Evoque prototypes receive 'camouflage' to promote the new model around the world.

Prototype cars are normally disguised to hide them from prying eyes, but Land Rover has adopted a slightly different strategy for its latest model.  Since the Range Rover Evoque is no longer a secret ten prototypes have been fitted with eye-catching 'camouflage' wraps to attract public interest.

The design is based on GPS mapping trails for ten cities around the world, including London, New York, Shanghai and Moscow.  Each car says 'Hello' to the city it represents and is finished in an eye-catching colour.

The distinctive vehicles are just a small selection of the many prototypes undergoing testing around the world.  The finished Range Rover Evoque will go on sale next summer.

Published on July 15, 2010
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