All-new Velar SUV takes shape and stars at the Geneva Motor Show ahead of summer launch
Land Rover gave the Range Rover Velar its first public outing at the Geneva Motor Show after its first unveiling in London on 1st March.
The new car sits between the Evoque and Sport in an extended 4 SUV Range Rover lineup.
It’s instantly recognisable as a modern Range Rover but moves the design on further and includes Jaguar F-Type inspired flush door handles.
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Inside the all-new cabin, there are two high-definition Touch Pro Duo touchscreens. The top one is tilt-adjustable while the second screen dominates the centre console. It will allow you to move content between both screens with a flick of a finger.
On SE models and above, there’s a 12.3in virtual instrument cluster which includes a full-screen a 3D navigation display.
Built using Aluminium-intensive body structures the Velar features all-wheel drive, electronic traction-control systems, air suspension and a rear electronic differential.
It also has a wading depth of 650mm.
The Velar is available for customers to order now and goes on sale priced in July 2017 priced from £44,830 (OTR).