RANGE Rover has confirmed that it will build the Evoque Cabriolet revealed at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show. Land Rover says the convertible, which boasts a weather-proof cloth folding roof, “explores the potential to further extend the nameplate’s appeal by giving FORD’S given the Focus a facelift. The fro end of the 2015 car works better than th pan-faced Fiesta, but the mid-life updat are more than cosmetic. Australian buy will be interested in a new 1.5-litre EcoB petrol engine, offered in both 110 and 13 existing customers more choice, whilst at the same time reaching out to a completely new customer base”. The fashion-conscious droptop will be on sale in both Europe and Australia in 2016 and is likely to command a premium over the hardtop that starts at $49,995.