Jaguar Land Rover has announced the price list for its newest SUV the Range Rover Velar for the Indian car market. This is the fourth from Range Rover stable for India. The Velar will fill the gap between the Range Rover Evoque and the newly launched Range Rover Sport The. Range Rover Velar is set to retail from Rs 78.83 lakh, and according to JLR deliveries will begin at the end of January in 2018. The range topping 3.0l diesel first edition will set you back by an eye-watering Rs 1.37 crore.
In terms of engine specs, the 2.0 litre diesel engine will make a 177 hp while the 3.0 litre diesel is likely to make 296 horsepower. Whereas the petrol is likely to make 247 hp. However, Range Rover has also said that India will miss out on the big powerful petrol on the Range Rover Velar, the 375 hp 3.0 litre supercharged V6 will only be for their global range and select markets.
The most striking feature on the interiors of the Range Rover Velar is the Touch Pro Duo infotainment system, which integrate two 10 inch touchscreens. Hence the ‘duo’, the system can be used together with the optional full-colour Head-up Display and optional Interactive Driver Display; to simultaneously view and interact with multiple features at once
The Range Rover Velars most stand apart feature is the it’s design, which has strong family lines but yet stands out in a line up of Rangies. The Range Rover Velar is designed to be dynamic, and it shows . Striking proportions, flush door handles and an integrated rear spoiler all improve aerodynamics. Features including the foil stamped grille give the vehicle’s front profile an undeniable presence
Land Rover designed the Velar to be dynamic, which is why it gets an all-wheel drive system, and Intelligent Driveline Dynamics (IDD) and Torque Vectoring through the brakes, now this is technology that you would usually find on a two-door sports cars making it more engaging to drive.
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