This weekend, Land Rover’s first ever convertible – the Range Rover Evoque Convertible – will face off against Inanda’s finest thoroughbred pony at the 2016 Land Rover Africa Cup taking place at Inanda Club in Sandton, Johannesburg.
With spring well and truly in full bloom, the Evoque will let its passengers enjoy the same, open-air thrills as the players on the field – horsepower al fresco.
Employing Land Rover’s proven off-road technologies – including Terrain Response, Wade Sensing and All-Terrain Progress Control – the Evoque is also a convertible for all seasons, offering capability, practicality and versatility.
Land Rover’s development team, Team Above & Beyond will also make its on-field debut, featuring two development players. Lucky Msinga and Thokozane Zondo, whose polo equipment is sponsored by Land Rover, will play alongside polo veterans Richard Pohl and Terence Spilsbury. The quartet will face off against teams from Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya and Zambia.