The Evoque has been a gamechanger. It proved a smaller Range Rover was just as desirable as a big one, gave JLR the confidence to push more avant-garde design, and raked in cash. In late 2016, Land Rover will again mine this successful formula, with a new, fourth Range Rover model. Codenamed L560, the premium 4×4 is positioned between Evoque and Range Rover Sport – precisely where its rivals, the BMW X3 and Audi Q5, sit. Sources say the five-door SUV’s design takes the Evoque formula and makes it more aggressive and dynamic. Under the skin, L560 has an aluminium chassis, like the big Range Rovers and Jaguar F-Pace (pictured above). The lightweight construction will be novel in its class, and help maximise economy and cut emissions. While Jag’s F-Pace has an on-road bias, L560 will have a higher ride height and be primed to conquer off-road, using its adaptable four-wheel drive selected by a Terrain Response controller. Core engine is the four-pot ‘Ingenium’ diesel, and its 2.0-litre petrol cousin should be ready for L560. Rangie’s X3 could sell up to 80000 units a year. Priced competitively, we predict another smash hit – just like the Evoque.