Land Rover has revealed a limited edition version of its popular Range Rover Evoque Crossover SUV, draped in a yellow that the British carmaker calls Sicilian Yellow. While it may be hard to see its Mediterranean connection, Land Rover continues with the theme by offering the car with a Santorini Black roof as well as a reverse of the color combo if you want a more traditional look with just a touch of the vibrancy of life on the Greek isle. The special edition model will also outfitted with a rear roof spoiler, revised head and fog lamps, blacked-out exhaust tips, and a new set of 20" kicks. Inside, yellow contrast stitching on the seats and center console, doors, and fascia tie in the exterior colorway, while under the hood you get a choice of either a 2.2-liter diesel SD4, a 2.2-liter diesel TD4, or a Si4 gas engine. Put it all together and you have a Crossover that will be even harder to claim when it rolls-out in April than its already hard-to-snag standard model.