Range Rover Velar
Similar power to big brothers, yet much lighter, and on sale for just one year.
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So, there's this thing called the 2018 Land Rover Range Rover. But really, that's just what it's called in the realm of automotive websites that need a proper Year, Make and Model to make the 1's and 0's make sense of it. If you know someone who refers to it as a "Land Rover Range Rover," let us know, we'll send them a scone. Really, what we're talking about is the 2018 Range Rover, the literal range-topping model and an ancestor to the SUV that started the whole luxury off-roader craze in the f
Range Rover will unveil a Velar SVR later this year to compete with the BMW X6 M, producing around 542 hp and 502 lb-ft.
Most owners will never take this off-roading.
There's a whole lot of newness to Velar's look and feel.
Six-figure eye candy and fashion brand deals. It's all about the marketing.
The company will increase the variations it offers.
In the US, it'll feature a choice of two Ingenium four-cylinders or the supercharged gas V6.
It will sit between the Range Rover Sport and Evoque.