Little more than a month after its Paris auto show debut, Land Rover’s urban Range Rover has sprouted a five-door derivative.The Evoque, Land Rover’s most important (and controversial) car ever, was initially revealed as being solely as a three-door offering. Evoque is expanding though. In preparation for its display at the Los Angeles auto show next week, Land Rover’s leaked images and information concerning the new five-door version.Bigger insideGerry McGovern’s arresting Evoque design is not depreciated in any way by the addition of an additional set of doors. The five-door Evoque is simply 30mm higher and slopes in a gentler curve towards its fifth-door at the rear. A boon of this taller roof architecture is the 35mm aggregate improvement in headroom, with 50mm more shoulder room for second-row passengers too. From an engineering perspective the five-door Evoque gains a 60mm longer windscreen fill in the space to its higher roofline. The penalty for five-door Evoque’s more generous accommodation is a scant 30kg increase in mass. No drivetrain changesThe five-door Evoque will feature a similar range of drivetrain options to its three-door sibling. Reflecting its urban utility bias, Evoque has no reduction ratio transfer case or a locking differential. For off-road progress it will rely on Land Rover’s 'terrain response' system, configured to the level of robustness found in the Freelander 2. Terrain response’s dial set-up has been replaced with a four-setting, button-actuated system for the Evoque, neatening the centre console's appearance. With the headline 2l turbocharged engine producing 176kW, Evoque will float over sand and offer traction security up a muddy driveway but don’t expect to conquer anything beyond mild off-road terrain. Diesel options are twofold, with a 110- and 139kW version of the company’s well-known 2.2l turbodiesel. Evoque will also be (controversially) available in front-wheel drive...The Evoque should be the most dynamically agile Land Rover yet, thanks to its electrically geared power steering and Magnetic ride-adjustable shock absorbers at each corner.