To plug the gap between Evoque and Range Rover Sport, Range Rover Velar was introduced ta Geneva Motor Show. The pricing starts from $49,900 which is quite competitive. But now they are also introducing Configurator option for Range Rover Velar and a fully option would cost them $103,265 (including destination fees of $995). Only 500 units of First Edition will be made available for it. Range Rover Velar will be available in US as First Edition and sits above base, SE, R-Dynamic SE, and R-Dynamic HSE. For US market, Range Rover Velar will be available in petrol or diesel engine options which might have 2.0 liter four-cylinder turbocharged.
If the mentioned engine is used it will produce an output of 247 horsepower or 177 horsepower. Nonetheless, the First Edition will be available in range topping 3.0 liter V6 engine which is connected with eight-speed automatic gearbox and produces 380 horsepower. Range Rover Velar comes with loads of features and the First Edition everything comes as a standard. On the exterior, one would find R-Dynamic with panoramic sunroof. Light Oyster and Ebony perforated leather is used as upholstery with suede headliner. 23-speaker stereo system makes listening to music much more enjoyable.
A 12.3 inches of HD screen and it shows all the relevant information’s such as driver information, navigation and entertainment. One can upgrade their radio with Sirius XM and HD capability by paying $615 more. Other common features of Range Rover Velar are lane keeping assistant, adaptive cruise control and autonomous emergency braking. If you don’t get your hands on First Edition, then you can opt for R-Dynamic HSE which cost $100,075. If you are not interested in any of the mentioned luxuries, then you can purchase it at a base price of $50,958. Range Rover Velar will go on sale this summer.