Sporting three different powertrains and a whole bunch of screens, this is Range Rover's most technologically impressive SUV yet.
This is the new Range Rover Velar, based on the same chassis as the Jaguar F-Pace.
It features deployable door handles and available copper accents on small trim pieces.
It has a drag coefficient of 0.32, making it the most aerodynamically efficient Land Rover ever built.
Max ground clearance is 9.88 inches with the optional air suspension, and it'll wade through up to 25.59 inches of standing water.
V6 models get an optional locking rear differential, and the infotainment system's rotary controller can be used to back the vehicle up when a trailer is attached.
Three engines will be available -- a 247-hp I4 gas engine, a 180-hp I4 diesel engine and a 380-hp turbo V6.
There's also a First Edition variant, which is limited to 500 units and packs more luxury than any other trim, but its price tag is a whopping $89,300. (Velar's base price is $49,900.)
The interior features Land Rover's new Touch Pro Duo infotainment system, which uses two 10-inch screens.
The upper screen controls the phone, nav and media. The lower screen controls off-road modes and the climate control.
I hope you like screens!
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