Following a mysterious teaser image from last week, Range Rover has finally unveiled the beautiful 2016 Evoque. The most notable changes appear on the front, where you can see a totally redesigned bumper, bigger air intakes, a tweaked grille and LED adaptive headlights. It also comes with a new tailgate spoiler and alloy wheel designs. Inside, you’ll find redone door casings, seats and an updated media system with a touchscreen display screen. Power for the Evoque comes from an all-aluminum Ingenium TD4 turbodiesel engine which can be tuned to either 150 or 180 horsepower. Also available will be a Si4 turbocharged gasoline engine with 240 horsepower that allows it to go from 0 to 62 mph in 7.6 seconds. Additionally, a few tweaks have been made to offer a safer ride including a lane keeping assist system that detects unintended lane changes and an emergency braking system. The 2016 Range Rover Evoque will make its official debut next week at the Geneva Motor Show.