Range Rover has released its new version of car by the name Range Rover Velar.
Jaguar Land Rover has hurled the 4th addition to the Range Rover family in the kind of ‘Velar’ that means ‘to veil’ or ‘to cover’. To fill in the gap amid the Range Rover Evoque and the Range Rover Sport, the Velar arrives with a host of new skills and a fresh design.
“Velar is currently the gripping, stand-out design in the class, displaying perfectly optimized volume, influential, taut surfaces and a striking silhouette,” states Gerry McGovern, Chief Design Officer of Land Rover.
The big alloy wheels – in specific the range of 22-inch designs – optimize the vehicle’s shape, while further improving Velar’s dramatic visibility.
As per the business, progressive technology is essential to the modern design: the full-LED headlights are the utmost meager ever to seem on a production Land Rover vehicle. The even deployable door handles emphasize Velar’s reductive, sculptured custom, and fund to the low drag constant of only 0.32 – this is the most efficient Land Rover ever made.
The minimalistic and fresh approach lasts on the inside of the car as well as the use of buttons has been retained at a minimum.
Design empowering technology has been engaged completely to create the new Touch Pro Duo infotainment structure which is the flagship of Velar’s interior. Touch Pro Duo contains two 10-inch high-definition touchscreens incorporated flawlessly behind secret-until-lit surfaces. All of this is equaled by the Velar’s realism: luggage section volume is an impressive 673-litre.
Pooled with a complete restraints system that contains six airbags, and a set of advanced driver support systems counting Autonomous Emergency Braking with pedestrian exposure, an Adaptive Speed Limiter and Adaptive Cruise Control with Queue Assist, the Velar incorporates the newest safety technology.
The Velar features a classy all-wheel drive system, four-corner air suspension, milled clearance of 251mm (213mm with coil springs), paddling depth of 650mm (600mm with coil springs) and Land Rover’s set of traction technologies counting Terrain Response 2 and All-Terrain Progress Control.
When it drives to the heart of the Velar, there is a choice of six petrol and diesel powertrains, all accorded to a ZF eight-speed automatic broadcasts and all-wheel effort with Intelligent Driveline Dynamics?
Clear, refined four-cylinder Ingenium types of diesel are presented in 180PS and 240PS variants, well-known for their high 500Nm torque output. These engines are combined by the new, four-cylinder Ingenium petrol engine that delivers 250PS and allows acceleration from 0-100km/h in just 6.7 seconds. An even more influential, 300PS version of this engine will join the Velar range late this year.
The V6 diesel pools an unusual 700Nm of torque for easy acceleration and off-road ability with CO2 emissions of merely 167g/km. The 380PS boosted V6 petrol engine pools performance with an exclusive soundtrack and allows the Velar to reach 100km/h in only 5.7 seconds before coming to an electronically-limited top speed of 250km/h (155mph).
The Velar and Velar R-Dynamic core variety comprises Normal, S, SE and HSE specifications.
Of all Velar models, the most special of all will be the First Edition, which will be accessible internationally for one model year only. Even more comfortable than the HSE requirement, this model is powered exclusively by the 3.0-litre V6 petrol and diesel engines and features a prosperity of additional features as standard, counting full extended leather interior trim to enhance the perforated Windsor leather seats in Light Oyster or Ebony, Matrix-Laser LED headlights and 22-inch split-spoke wheels with diamond-turned finish and 1,600W Meridian Signature Sound System.
The car goes on sale from summer 2017 in the UK and Europe and is predictable to enter the Indian market next year.