While it’s been more than a year since Land Rover showed the Range Rover Evoque Convertible concept at the 2012 Geneva auto show, the decision to put the topless SUV into production is still under consideration and is very close to making a decision on whether or not to produce it.

Reports earlier this year had many believe that the Range Rover Evoque convertible was unlikely to make it to production, but John Edwards, Land Rover’s global brand director, stated at an internal meeting in Melbourne, that the reaction to the model has been “pretty positive in the markets we might sell it in, in volume.”


The Evoque convertible is a car Edwards would like to do, but is aware that Range Rover must ensure that the math works on producing the model. According to Edwards, feedback on the Evoque convertible has been about 80-percent positive in North American and European markets.

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