Declassified crossover range rover velar

Declassified crossover range rover velar

Declassified crossover range rover velar

Its design is the most aerodynamically-efficient Land Rover ever produced, and helping contribute to its coefficient of drag of only 0.32Cd are flush deployable door handles.

Completely new customer types will be attracted to the brand the company claims.

AS THE world's enthusiasm for Range Rover products shows no signs of diminishing, so Land Rover continues to create more variants. Land Rover said its business supports 250,000 jobs in the wider supply chain.

It's an area that is growing in popularity. And while its engine range and wheelbase are largely identical, the Velar is longer and roomier in the back with a bigger boot (558L for the Velar Vs 508L for the F-Pace). Jaguar Land Rover may debut Velar at Auto Expo 2018.

"It brings a new dimension of glamour, modernity and elegance to the brand", he said. Distinctive daytime-running lights enhance the assertive road presence that all Range Rover vehicles command.

The Range Rover Velar will sit between the Range Rover Evoque and the Range Rover Sport which means a price tag ranging between Rs 80 lakh to Rs 90 lakh ex-showroom, Delhi.

All that rounding makes the Velar the most aerodynamic Range Rover yet.

When the new model lands Down Under before Christmas, it will be available in a mind-numbing 42 versions.
Everything feels refined rather than renewed.

But it's not just about making everything "technology focused".

As is customary for Range Rover, there are multiple exterior color and upholstery options, including synthetic suede and leather, dubbed "Suedecloth" and "Luxtec".

Regardless of how much you choose from the options list, you'll get autonomous emergency braking, traffic warnings and a gizmo that detects if you're about to have forty winks behind the wheel. It's been treated to withstand dirt and moisture. Called InControl Touch Pro Duo infotainment system, Land Rover calls it "the centerpiece of the vehicle's interior". The highlight is the 10-inch stacked displays at the centre of dashboard. This allows the driver to set it at the ideal position. The Terrain Response 2 system for off-road makes its presence. Both screens will have dual-functionality, meaning you can switch things like the navigation screen from one to the next, so it's not interrupted while you're using other functions on another screen. Additional ground clearance can then be manually requested via the cabin touchscreen. Or download our app from the iOS or Android app stores today. It can even set the satnav destination before you get in. These updates include a two-tone leather interior and 1,600-watt sound system. The upper screen should act as more of a traditional infotainment console, while the latter is primarily used for air conditioning and other vehicle handling settings. The other petrol unit at launch is Jaguar Land Rover's supercharged 3.0-litre V6; it has 375bhp and 450Nm of torque - although again, its Carbon dioxide emissions of 214g/km mean it'll be a more expensive Velar to run than any of the diesels. Both the 3.0-litre diesel and petrol models are also available as First Edition models costing £83,350 and £85,450 respectively. Usually, a coupe-inspired SUV features a well sculpted front half but the rear looks awkward and the sloping windshield adds onto it.

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