Design The Velar a supremely elegant vehicle, starting from the familiar Range Rover grille, through a flowing, continuous waistline, culminating in an elegantly tapered rear. Flush door handles that extend as you reach to enter are among the carefully thought-through details. It’s understated, modern and the embodiment of assured simplicity. Inside, high quality materials, strong horizontal lines and a minimum of switchgear create a calm, premium ambience.
Performance There are two petrol engines available, the P250 and P300, both based on a 2.0-litre four-cylinder Ingenium engine. Diesels start with the D180 and D240, again both 2.0-litre, four-cylinder Ingenium designs. More powerful diesels include two 3.0 litre V6 twin-turbocharged diesel engines developing 275 and 300Hp respectively. Most frugal is the entry-level D180 which achieves 42mpg; fastest is the petrol P300 that hits 0-62mph in 6.2 seconds.
Technology The uncluttered cabin space is almost button-free, thanks to the dual 10” touchscreens, one on the dash and the second below it on the centre console. All models come with 8-way manual heated seats, and a 250W 8-speaker sound system, but as you progress upwards through the trim levels and price bands from the standard Velar through S, SE and HSE the list of features gets progressively more comprehensive.
Safety Velar is equipped with six airbags as well as a host of driver assistance systems to ensure they never need to be deployed. Advanced safety systems including Adaptive Cruise Control with Steer Assist and radar-based High-Speed Emergency Braking, Rear Traffic Monitor and Driver Condition Monitoring.

Hotspot Toggle 1

Hotspot Toggle 2

Hotspot Toggle 3

Hotspot Toggle 4