For Australia the Landmark Edition is based on the diesel-powered Td4 180 five door, and priced from $74,351 before on road costs - some $7100 more than the model its based upon.
Special Landmark upgrades include a Graphite Atlas Grey grille, bonnet and guard vents, plus dark grey for the Range Rover script at the front and rear. Gloss dark grey 19-inch alloy wheels also step up the exterior style.
On the inside, the Range Rover Evoque Landmark features perforated black leather seats with contrasting ‘Light Lunar’ stitching, plus a dark grey brushed satin finish for the centre console.
Standard Moraine Blue paint helps set the Landmark Edition apart in combination with a Carpathian Grey roof featuring a panoramic sunroof. Range Rover is also offering a choice of Yulong White and Corris Grey lower body finishes as alternatives.
Standard features include Land Rover’s premium 10-inch touchscreen InControl Touch Pro infotainment system that includes 4G WiFi connectivity and native access to apps such as Spotify.
Power comes from the same 2.0-litre turbo diesel four-cylinder unit used in the standard Td4 models and produces 132kW and 430Nm matched to Range Rover's nine-speed automatic transmission.
The Range Rover Evoque Landmark Edition is now available for order.