The new Range Rover Evoque Convertible is exactly what it sounds like: an open-top version of the versatile and strong luxury crossover, scheduled to hit dealers during the summer of 2016. First previewed nearly four years ago, the new Evoque Convertible replaces the regular metal roof to make room for a fully-automated retractable roof that mirrors the original shape with a Z-fold mechanism that allows for it to lay flush. While the roof itself is limited to only Ebony Black, there are 13 exterior body color options, including a new Waitomo Grey and Baltoro ice, joined with new halogen headlamps for a fresh look. Inside, Range Rover promises the same level of acoustic and temperature insulation as the hard-top with modest adjustments for cargo capacity and the addition of a roll-over protection device that deploys a two-bar protection system hidden in the rear quarter panel. Engine options include a 2.0-liter turbocharged unit with 240HOP and 251 lb-ft of torque while an InControl Touch Pro infotainment system connected with a 12-speaker Meridian sound system is just one of the many goodies offered. Set to launch mid-2016, the Range Rover Evoque Convertible will start at $50,475.