Range Rover Evoque: Wading - Terrain response - Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Owner's ManualRange Rover Evoque: Wading

The maximum advisable wading depth is 500mm (19.7in). If the vehicle remains stationary in water above the door sill level, severe electrical damage may occur.

Do not switch off the engine when

Do not switch off the engine when wading and avoid stopping. If the engine stalls, restart immediately.

If water has entered the engine air intake, switch off immediately. The vehicle must be recovered from the water and be transported to a Land Rover Dealer/Authorised Repairer.

    Sand
    This program should be used for terrain which is predominantly soft dry sand or deep gravel. Note: If the vehicle is unable to gain traction in extremely soft, dry sand, switching DSC off may h ...

    Driver override options
    Although Dynamic Stability Control is automatically engaged when a special program is selected, it can be turned off if required. See 91, DISABLING DSC. Hill Descent Control (HDC) will be automat ...

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    Keys
    Your vehicle is equipped with two Integrated Keyhead Transmitters (IKTs). The key blade functions as a programmed key which starts the vehicle and unlocks/locks all the doors. The transmitter por ...

    Window
    Power windows 1 Driver’s door power window switch 2 Front passenger’s door power window switch 3 Rear door (left) power window switch 4 Rear door (right) power window switch 5 Window opening ...

    Full-time 4WD operation
    (If installed) Engine power can be delivered to all wheels. Full-time 4WD is useful when good traction is required, such as, when driving on slippery, wet or snow-covered roads and when moving ...