Range Rover Velar (2017) Specs & Pricing

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The Velar is the latest addition to the Range Rover family of luxury SUVs and it is officially launching in South Africa next week and we will be driving it (again)! Take a look at specification and pricing for the Velar…

Sitting snug between the Evoque and Range Rover Sport is the new Velar, an elegant and modern SUV that can tackle various terrains. The Velar will be officially launched in South Africa next week and we will be driving it in Cape Town. The Velar will be in Land Rover showrooms as of 20 October 2017. Here are some key specification and pricing details for the Velar ahead of its upcoming launch.

Key specification details


A total of 6 engine choices will be offered and Land Rover's Terrain Response system will ensure capable performance offroad. 

The Velar will be offered with a range of petrol and diesel engines across 4 trim lines including Base, S, SE and HSE. In addition to this, customers can opt for R-Dynamic trim with adds sportier exterior and interior details. There will also be a Velar First Edition on sale from launch which will be equipped with a range of optional features as standard and will be offered in 3 exterior colours including Corris Grey, Silicon Silver and Flux.

Engines

The engine range includes 3 diesel engines and 3 petrol engines. Starting with the diesel engines, the Velar range kicks off with a 2.0-litre turbodiesel engine with 132 kW and a claimed consumption figure of 5.4 L/100 km.

Moving up the range is a more powerful 2.0-litre twin-turbodiesel engine with 177 kW and a claimed fuel consumption figure of 5.8 L/100 km.

The most powerful diesel engine on offer is the twin-turbocharged 3.0-litre V6 diesel engine with 221 kW and a claimed fuel consumption figure of 6.4 L/100km.

On the petrol front, the range starts with a 2.0-litre turbopetrol engine with 183 kW and a claimed fuel consumption figure of 7.6 L/100 km.

A more powerful 221 kW 2.0-litre turbopetrol is also offered, carrying a claimed fuel consumption figure of 7.8 L/100 km.

The range-topping engine is a supercharged 3.0-litre V6 petrol engine with 280 kW and a claimed fuel consumption figure of 9.4 L/100km.

An 8-speed automatic transmission is standard as is Terrain Response which allows you to traverse varying terrain. A single-speed transfer box with high range and an open rear differential is standard.

Key features


High-grade materials and impressive dual touchscreens create an appealing interior. 

Standard features on the Velar include heated door mirrors, flush door handles, automatic LED headlights with levelling and rear fog lights. The interior is fitted with a auto-dimming rear-view mirror, illuminated vanity mirrors, front and rear cupholders, interior lighting and a 40:20:40 split rear seat.

The base Velar is equipped with ebony luxtec and ebony suede cloth upholstery. S and SE grades are fitted with ebony perforated grained leather upholstery while the HSE derivative is fitted with ebony perforated Winsor leather.  

The base-spec and S grade Velar feature analogue dials with a central TFT display while a 12-inch interactive driver display is offered on SE and HSE derivatives. A highlight of the Velar is the Touch Pro Duo system that incorporates two 10-inch touchscreens housing the infotainment system and majority of the vehicle’s functions, resulting in less interior buttons and a minimalist interior design. The loading bay offers a generous 673 litres of space.      

Safety features include 6 airbags, ABS with EBD, emergency brake assist, dynamic stability control, electronic traction control, roll stability control, cornering brake control, hill launch assist, trailer stability assist and lane departure warning, to name a few. ISOFIX child seat mounts are also standard.

If you are interested in building your very own Velar with all the features you desire, you can visit the Velar Configurator on Land Rover’s website.

Range Rover Velar - Price in South Africa
 

Velar

Base

S

SE

HSE

2.0 diesel 132kW (D180)

R947 700

R1 028 600

R1 077 900

R1 172 400

2.0 diesel 177kW (D240)

R1 010 400

R1 091 300

R1 140 600

R1 235 100

2.0 petrol 183kW (P250)

R947 700

R1 028 600

R1 077 900

R1 172 400

2.0 petrol 221kW (P300)

R1 000 000

R1 080 800

R1 130 100

R1 224 600

3.0 diesel 221kW (D300)

R1 089 000

R1 169 800

R1 219 100

R1 313 700

3.0 petrol 280kW (P380)

R1 099 400

R1 180 300

R1 229 600

R1 324 100

 

 

 

 

 

Velar R-Dynamic

Base

S

SE

HSE

2.0 diesel 132kW (D180)

R980 500

R1 061 300

R1 110 600

R1 205 200

2.0 diesel 177kW (D240)

R1 043 200

R1 124 000

R1 173 300

R1 267 900

2.0 petrol 183kW (P250)

R980 500

R1 061 300

R1 110 600

R1 205 200

2.0 petrol 221 kW (P300)

R1 032 700

R1 113 600

R1 162 900

R1 257 400

3.0 diesel 221kW (D300)

R1 121 800

R1 202 600

R1 251 900

R1 346 400

3.0 petrol 280kW (P380)

R1 132 200

R1 213 100

R1 262 400

R1 356 900

 

 

 

 

 

Velar First Edition

 

 

 

 

3.0 diesel 221kW (D300)

R1 529 300

 

 

 

3.0 petrol 280kW (P380)

R1 539 800

     


Prices include a Land Rover Five Year Care Plan including a 5-year/100 000km service plan, a 5-year/100 000km maintenance plan and a 5-year/100 000km warranty, as standard.

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