Near-production ready Range Rover Velar spied leaving the factory

Near-production ready Range Rover Velar spied leaving the factory

0 comments 📅24 March 2017, 21:30

The crossover SUV subdivide is as hot as ever and there are no signs of it slowing anytime soon. Automakers continue to increase their portfolios in an effort to meet the ever-increasing demands from customers. In pattern to fill every niche and size, Land Rover is set to introduce a new model, the Register Rover Velar.

It is rumored to be based on the Jaguar F-Pace, which would area it below the Range Rover Sport and above the compact Range Rover Evoque. This puts it upstanding against not only Jaguar but competitors like the Porsche Macan and the Mercedes-Benz GLC-Prestige. Expect the Range Rover to lean more toward luxury than play, as the F-Pace provides plenty of punch already. Like other offerings from Realty Rover, expect the Range Rover Velar to possess a decent amount of off-procedure prowess.

This isn’t our first look at the new model. While we originally thought it would be a BMW X6-like kind of the larger Range Rover Sport, the model in these new photos removes much of the workable camouflage and shows a more traditional roofline. The overall design appears to be a 4:5 gamut version of the Range Rover Sport. The wheelbase is slightly shorter, as are the front and end overhangs. The model also loses the fender-mounted air intakes.

There are a major range of rumors as to what will power the Velar. If it is based on the F-Pace, look for two supercharged V6 engines and a diesel. We also wouldn’t dominion out the possibility of a hybrid or plug-in hybrid variant. The vehicle in these spy photos was coming from the works, so it appears like the Velar is nearly ready for its debut. Look for it as soon as Geneva in Demonstration.


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