The Range Rover Evoque has been a huge success for Land Rover, to put it mildly. The chic compact SUV has found over 600,000 homes over six years, with 80% of the Halewood-built model exported to 130 markets. There’s also additional manufacturing in China and Brazil to meet local demand.

Six years on and demand isn’t slowing down – you’d think that the design-led model might not be so novel now, but in March, sales reached an all-time high for a single month with almost 18,000 units sold.

This Evoque Landmark Edition celebrates the six years of success. Available in a unique Moraine Blue colour inspired by the turquoise lakes of the Canadian Rocky Mountains (Yulong White and Corris Grey can also be had), it wears a body kit and grey exterior design details including a Carpathian Grey contrast panoramic roof, 19-inch gloss dark grey alloys and Graphite Atlas grille, bonnet, fender vent and tailgate lettering.

Dark grey accents continue on the interior in the form of brushed satin centre console trim finishers surrounded by grained Ebony leather seats with contrasting Light Lunar stitching and a perforated mid-section.

The Landmark comes with Land Rover’s latest technology, including the optional 10-inch InControl Touch Pro system featuring apps such as Spotify and a 4G WiFi hotspot. The Remote Premium app lets owners check the fuel level, lock status, location and even pre-heat or cool the cabin on a smartphone. Touch Pro Services offer real-time traffic mapping, satellite and ‘street level’ views and a ‘Live Apps’ sidebar with weather, news headlines, a flight tracker and more.

“What makes Evoque so special is its relevance. The design remains modern and fresh. The Evoque is widely acknowledged to have brought a whole new youthful generation of buyers into the Range Rover brand, including more women. Its success was clear from the start and gave us the confidence to break new ground, which you can see with vehicles like the Evoque Convertible,” said Gerry McGovern, Land Rover’s chief design officer.