Prices for this 309hp Evoque PHEV sit in the £44,000 to £50,000 bracket and there's a choice of three core trim levels, 'S', 'SE' and 'HSE', each of which can be upgraded to 'R-Dynamic'-spec for an extra £1,500 more. To give you some range perspective, those figures represent a premium of around £3,000 over the nearest equivalent conventional petrol model, the 300hp P300 variant. If you happen to be looking at the core diesel Evoque model, the mid-range D180 (which has just 180hp but comparable levels of torque to the PHEV), the premium for an upgrade to plug-in motoring would be around £4,000.
All versions get LED auto headlights, rain-sensing wipers, alloy wheels of at least 18-inches in size, ambient cabin lighting, dual-zone climate control, and a heated windscreen. Plus perforated leather, electrically adjustable front seats, an infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, auto dimming on the side mirrors and rear-view mirror, and traffic sign recognition with an adaptive speed limiter.
If you can move further up the range, 'SE'-spec gives you high-beam assist headlights and 'sweeping' LED indicators, plus 20-inch alloys, extra power adjustment and heating for the front seats, an interactive driver display, an electrically powered tailgate and a parking pack that includes a rear traffic monitor. Finally, 'HSE' trim upgrades the leather upholstery and brings a 380W Meridian sound system, the brand's 'ClearSight' rear-view mirror camera, gesture control for the powered tailgate, adaptive cruise control and a different finish of 20-inch alloys.