A new Range Rover Velar has been unveiled, doubling down on the clean and reductive design ethos that it championed for the brand when it first launched in 2018.
The Velar was Range Rover’s first foray into flush, uninterrupted bodywork and paved the way for a new Range Rover Sport and Range Rover SV to follow shortly after. Today, it’s been gifted a refresh, which is common for automakers to do before a model heads into the twilight years of its lifecycle.
And if, like me, you were staring at the press images in this article looking for obvious upgrades, you might have to dig a little deeper than you first thought.
Starting at the front of the Velar’s new exterior, super-slim Pixel LED headlights provide a technical jewel-like appearance and bookend a more textured front grille design. In the rear, a lower bumper adds to the car’s overall muscular stance and darker accents help the crimson rear taillights stand out with an almost 3D effect.
Inside the new Range Rover Velar, an 11.4-inch floating curved glass touchscreen is integrated into the centre console to keep it flush with the SUV’s elegant new interior for fewer reflections and easier control. Behind the tech is Jaguar Land Rover’s latest Pivi Pro infotainment system that now allows ‘software over the air’ updates to 80 percent of the vehicle’s total ECUs to minimise the need to visit a retailer for updates. Paired with premium Meriden audio, a new Active Road Noise Cancellation also makes it the quietest interior of any SUV in its class.
Explore the Range Rover Velar Australian pricing below, and then head to JLR’s website for more.
The 24MY Range Rover Velar line up and Recommended Retail Prices:
- Dynamic SE P250 – $106,150
- Dynamic SE D300 – $123,600
- Dynamic SE P400 – $132,450
- Dynamic SE P400e – $132,800
- Dynamic HSE P400 – $142,000
- Dynamic HSE P400e – $144,400
- Autobiography P400 – $157,900