Land Rover launched the Range
Rover Velar, the fourth model in the Range Rover. The vehicle will be available
in three powertrain options – 2.0 litre Diesel, 2.0 litre Petrol and 3.0 l litre
The prices of the Range Rover
Velar start at Rs 78.83 Lakh in India. Derived from the Latin word Velare
meaning 'to cover' or 'veil', Velar is a direct reference to the code name used
on the original, pre-production Range Rovers of the late 1960s. Available in
three powertrains, a 2.0 l 4-cylinder 177hp diesel, a 2.0 l 4-cylinder 246.74
petrol, and a 3.0 l V6 296.36hp diesel, the new Range Rover Velar offers
world-class refinement, all-terrain capability with exceptional performance.
The Range Rover Velar is
placed between the Range Rover Evoque and Range Rover Sport. It comes with a foil-stamped
grille, elegant sides and has sleek LED headlights and rear lights. Adding to
its striking design are the flush deployable door handles and integrated rear
spoiler for improved aerodynamic efficiency. At the rear, the vehicle’s design
is distinguished by quad tail light signature elements with the iconic Range
Range Rover’s interior design
architecture, with its strong elegant horizontal lines, blends seamlessly with
innovative features to give a feeling of calm and enhance the driving
experience. Beautiful materials, including optional Windsor leather with a
signature Cut Diamond pattern throughout the cabin, add a contemporary twist.
The centrepiece of the
interior is the twin-screen, (10) Touch Pro Duo infotainment system, which
combines a rake-adjustable upper touchscreen with a second screen in the main
console between the seats, which retreats to a solid, opaque darkness until
required. Between the two screens, which are linked allowing occupants to move
content between the two with a flick of a finger, nearly every non-dynamic
feature can be controlled.
efficient, torque-on-demand all-wheel-drive (AWD) system delivers all-terrain
performance and agility with outstanding ride quality and composure. With a
suite of world-class traction systems, including Terrain Response 2 and
All-Terrain Progress Control (ATPC), Velar offers class-leading composure and
Source: Jaguar Land
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