Jaguar Land Rover India has announced the India launch of the stunning Range Rover Velar, priced at ₹79.87 lakh (ex-showroom) with the 2021 Velar available in the R-Dynamic S trim, 2.0-litre petrol and diesel powertrains. The 8-speed Automatic Transmission has been finely tuned by Land Rover engineers to combine smooth shifting with exceptionally rapid response to make the 2021 Velar even more impressive in its segment.
As mentioned earlier, the car will be available in 2.0-litre engines and while the petrol engine offers a maximum power of 184 hp and a peak torque of 365Nm, the diesel offers a maximum power of 150hp and a peak torque of 430Nm. The 2021 Velar will also be available in an All Wheel Drive.
Rohit Suri, President & Managing Director, Jaguar Land Rover India, said: “Range Rover Velar is one the most aspirational SUVs in India because of its peerless blend of avant-garde design, luxury, and technology. In its latest avatar, with the introduction of new technology and convenience features, the Range Rover Velar has become more desirable than ever.”
Starting with the exterior, the Velar offers premium LED headlights with signature Daytime Running Lights, Heated, electric, power fold door mirrors with approach lights and auto-dimming driver-side, Black contrast roof and Fixed panoramic roof. In addition to this, Satin Chrome gearshift paddles, Full leather steering wheel, 14-way driver memory front seats with rear power recline, Perforated grained leather seats, Light Oyster Morzine headlining, Pivi Pro – which includes 25.40 cm Touchscreen, 25.40 cm Lower Touchscreen, Newly designed interface, Apple CarPlay 2, Android AutoTM 3, Remote, Powered tailgate, Front and Rear Parking Aid and 3D Surround Camera are also offered by the Velar to make itself the most desirable Luxury car in the segment.
It is said to be safer, and smarter than ever before as JLR claims that it is today, one of the most technologically advanced luxury SUVs in the world.
The top rivals of the Range Rover Velar are the Jaguar F-Pace, Mercedes-Benz GLE and the BMW X5.
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