Land Rover reveals new edition of Range Rover Evoque SUV

Land Rover unveils the more sustainable 2020 Range Rover.

Land Rover revealed its 2020 Range Rover Evoque Thursday, "the luxury SUV for the city and beyond," in a world premiere in London's East End.

Though not shockingly different than its predecessor, the 2020 Evoque does sport some new gadgetry and sustainability elements to bring the luxe level up a notch.

Based on exterior design, it's difficult to tell the 2019 model from the latest one if not placed right beside one another -- the 2020 model is just a hair longer to offer passengers more legroom and trunk space. The interior, on the other hand, received a handful of tech and material updates -- in fact, a great deal of the inside was "crafted from eucalyptus, wool and recycled plastics." Land Rover claims that 53 plastic bottles go into every vehicle upholstered in a textile made from recycled polyester microfibers.

And because one isn't enough, the new Evoque comes with two HD touch screens equipped with Apple CarPlay and 4G Wi-Fi. The rear-view mirror has been digitalized, and the headlights are now LED. Plus, the model sports a wide span of smart and contemporary tech settings including adaptive cruise control with steering assist, all-terrain progress control, heads-up display, and all-over cameras to help drivers be aware of their surroundings at all times. The vehicle is even said to recognize you based on the presence of your phone and key: in response to your approach, the seat, steering wheel, and more will adjust to fit your particular driving habits.

The model can support a variety of powertrains from four-cylinder diesel or petrol engines to a mild-hybrid electric alternative.

The 2020 Range Rover is available for order in the UK starting at £31,600 (a little more than $40,500). More information is scheduled to be revealed about additional market availabilities and pricing in February at the Chicago Auto Show.