Range Rover NW8 Limited Edition Is a Tribute to London's Abbey Road

Land Rover has unveiled the third “Inspired by Britain” Evoque special edition model called NW8 at the Montreal Auto Show in Canada.

Taking inspiration from the postcode in North West London, UK, that is home to the world famous Abbey Road, the Range Rover Evoque NW8 is based on the Dynamic model and adds to the existing SW1 Monochrome and SW1 Colour special editions.

The Range Rover Evoque NW8 is exclusively available in Fuji White paintwork with a Firenze Red Contrast Roof and matching red door mirror caps. The Range Rover lettering on the bonnet and tailgate is red, while the 20-inch alloys are finished in Narvik Blacks.

Other exterior upgrades include darkened headlights and fog lamps, clear rear lights and the Santorini Black wing vents and grille. The NW8 also features black finished bumper inserts.

Inside, the NW8 offers a choice of Taurus leather Ebony seats with Pimento perforated inserts or Ebony seats with perforated Ebony inserts. Additional highlights include embroidered headrests and an Anodized Red rotary Driver Selector with matching CommandShift gearshift paddles or, on manual models, a white gearlever insert with red graphics.

NW8 models also get a unique motif inspired by the iconic Abbey Road zebra crossing which adorns the treadplates, seat tags and key fob. Only 1,000 Evoque NW8 vehicles will be built, with the model available in select markets worldwide.


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