Photographers Niki Csanyi, Grace Ban, and Neil Britto were in for quite a treat when they decided to go road tripping through Colorado. They opted for Land Rover’s Range Rover Evoque Convertible for their trip.
The Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Convertible was primarily built for city life, however, this trip goes to show how truly versatile it really is. The Range Rover Evoque Convertible thrived in the rural Colorado winter. The Active Driveline feature tracks the driving conditions and switches from 2 Wheel Drive to 4 Wheel Drive automatically.
The first stop for the photographers was the ghost town of Dunton. Located just across the mountain from Telluride, Dunton is known for its natural hot springs. The photographers were able to relax in the hot springs for a while and were even powdered with a little snow.
“When we arrived in Dunton I was really happy because all of us were very surprised how remote and how beautiful it is. This remoteness just makes you appreciate nature,” Niki Csanyi said.
The next day, the group headed towards the town of Ouray. Ouray is home to frozen ice climbing walls that the photographers were keen to try. Along the way they were able to stop and take plenty of photographs of Colorado’s beautiful landscape.
“As a photographer I’m always looking for this vantage point that’s not the most popular one. I like to go off-road. I like to travel and explore as much as I can,” Neil Britto said.
The Range Rover Evoque Convertible kept them going with its All-Terrain Progress Control. This feature makes sure the vehicle goes a steady speed so it can fully conquer any road.
A convertible and cold weather usually do not go together, however, the Range Rover Evoque Convertible is equipped with everything and more to make sure its occupants are happy and comfortable in every environment.