Here Are Live Photos Of New Range Rover Velar

Land Rover presented the fourth member of the Range Rover family in front of a live audience for the first time, at the Design Museum, in London, UK.

On display until March 5, the all-new SUV will now be taken to the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, where it will mark its second public appearance, after it was fully revealed last week.

We are delighted to be able to begin our partnership with the Design Museum with such a significant vehicle. The new Range Rover Velar brings a new dimension of modernity to our brand, while reinforcing our total commitment to design and engineering excellence“, commented Land Rover’s CEO, Gerry McGovern.

Designed to fill the gap between the Evoque and Sport, it’s equipped with a suite of new technologies, including the Touch Pro Duo infotainment system, two 10-inch touchscreen displays, flush deployable door handles and full Matrix-Laser LED headlights, among others.

The automaker has already started taking orders for the new Range Rover Velar, ahead of its delivery kickoff scheduled for this summer, with prices commencing at £44,830 (equal to $55,100) in the UK, and from $49,900 in the United States.



  • Cool

    • Bo Hanan

      Yeah, but what’s its competition. It seems more wagon like.
      P.S. could celebrities at car shows be more annoying.

  • Karl

    I still say that Ford made a bad decision by selling this iconic brand. What a truly wonderful interpretation of the brand design language. Simply stunning indeed! I predict supply issues when launched.

    • Andrewthecarguy

      “What a truly wonderful interpretation of the brand design language

      Indeed! Well said.

    • JCoop

      I agree. Ford was losing money hand over fist with Land Rover but that money is what made them what they are today. The vast majority of the design and technology seen in Land Rovers today was designed and engineered while owned by Ford. Ford really could have used some of the fruit to their labor.

  • Maher

    Not trying to sound as if I’m bragging or something, but as someone who never thought I would get a Range Rover product, I know for sure that this is my next car, and that for now, 3 other family members are also getting it.
    Range Rover is going to dominate this segment with this car.

  • An Existing Person

    This may have become my favorite SUV on the market currently! Without a doubt that this will be my wife’s Cayenne replacement.

    • baofe

      Yeah I’m thinking of buying it to replace my uncle’s X6 and my nephew’s Bentayga and my son’s LX and my twice removed brother-in-law’s Q7!

  • pcurve

    Hrm, panel gaps were tighter, and panel surface more flush in initial press photos. While I still love it, I can now see the initial photos were heavily touched up.

  • Andrewthecarguy

    This is set to disrupt the segment as many people already concluded.
    I think at the price point it will cannibalize RR Sport sales a little, same for the new Disco.
    Mercedes, BMW, Jaguar, Volvo are in trouble.
    For those buying for style, NOTHING on offer currently can touch this.
    Kudos to RR!

    PS: it’s already live on; what we see in pictures now is the $79,999 launch edition
    I configured a new Disco and a Velar nicely for right at $67,000

  • Steve Crawford

    If I had the money, I would buy one, Much better than my CX-3 🙂

  • GobbleUp

    More photos of the RR would have been nice as opposed to the People mag celebrity shots of old people.

    RR looks good, but damn they are poor drivers.

  • mattjelonek

    In saying that Ford made a bad decision… if LR didn’t get Tata as new ownership and funds, Land Rover wouldn’t be what it is today with each new model… image…

  • xman

    What the Model X could have been

  • SteersUright

    I’m liking this thing more and more.

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