Photo courtesy of Land Rover.
Range Rover debuted its new Velar vehicle today at the Design Museum in London. The Velar is the fourth member of Range Rover vehicles and stylistically fits between the Ranger Rover Evoque and Range Rover Sport. The Velar utilizes a new infotainment system called Touch Pro Duo.
“Two high definition 10-inch touchscreens are your window into the world. The connected infotainment system learns from you and anticipates your needs,” said Peter Virk, the Director of Connected Car & Future Technology.
Five engines are offered at launch, ranging from 180PS 2.0-litre Ingenium diesel, to the 380PS 3.0-litre V6 petrol engine. A 300PS Ingenium petrol engine will join the Velar range later in 2017.
Other details include Matrix-Laser LED headlights, flush deployable door handles, and the Burnished Copper colored detailing on the front bumper blades and fender vents.
The Velar retails for $55,127 and will be available for purchase this summer.