While expanding its business, Land Rover went on to introduce vehicles to plug the gaps in the market. There was a considerable demand for a vehicle that was above the capabilities of a Range Rover Evoque and was priced under the price tag of a very capable yet a little old-fashioned Range Rover Sport. Land Rover went to lengths to ensure that they provide a 4 WD SUV that drives and handles like a car.
An aluminium monocoque body means more precision and control in handling the vehicle and Range Rover Velar uses the same platform that is being used in Jaguar XE and Jaguar XF. This is the most road-focused vehicle ever built by Land Rover. The amazing thing is that it has not lost any off-road capabilities and is excellent at dealing with difficult terrain with the help of mechanical and technological superiority.
Technologically Advanced Engines
Range Rover Velar owes a lot of its success to the robust and meticulously made diesel and petrol engines that powered them for years. Land Rover Range Rover Velar was introduced in 2017 and a range of engines was introduced.
The diesel engine line-up started with a 2.0-Liter turbo diesel engine capable of producing 178 bhp and 430 Nm of torque. Another more powerful engine was with the same displacement of 2.0-Liter but produced 237 bhp and 500 Nm of torque. For more power, there was a 3.0-Liter twin-turbo diesel that produced 296 hp with a massive 700 Nm of torque.
A modern twin turbo 3.0-Liter diesel engine was introduced that was capable of churning out 271 hp and 625 Nm of torque. 2020 saw a 3.0-Liter turbo diesel engine producing the magical figure of 300 hp and 650 Nm of torque.
There was a range of petrol engines was introduced as well. Entry level started with a 2.0-Liter turbocharged petrol engine producing 247 bhp and 365 Nm of torque. A better-equipped twin-turbocharged engine with the same displacement produced 296 bhp with 400 Nm of torque. A 3.0-Liter supercharged V6 was introduced that could produce 375 bhp and 450 Nm of torque.
2020 saw some major upgrades in the petrol engine line-up as a 2.0-Liter petrol engine was introduced producing 398 bhp and 640 Nm of torque. A 3.0-Liter turbocharged engine was introduced in 2021 churning out 395 bhp and 550 Nm of torque.
An all-powerful 5.0-Liter supercharged V8 engine was introduced that can let you enjoy all 542 bhp and 680 Nm of torque.
Range Rover Velar P400e comes with a hybrid and plugin powertrain. It comes with a 300 bhp four-cylinder engine coupled with a 17.1 kW battery pack. This takes its hp count to 480 and 0-60 mph time in mere 5 seconds while emitting minimal CO2 emissions.
Although these engines are quite reliable, but in case of a break down you can always choose for replacement Range Rover engines in reconditioned or used conditions online.
Velar was introduced in 2018 and is responsible for modernizing the style language of the Land Rover to a whole new level. Its exterior styling was so good that it was later implemented on most of the Range Rover models and variants.
Its body gives an impression of a classy and minimal yet flowing and elegant style. Aerodynamic shape, reclining roofline, and pinched tail hint at the performance that is in the reserves.
Its side profile consists of clean minimal lines and the front is studded with beautiful headlights and strong looking grill with air vents adding some drama to the style language. The roof is finished with black glass finishing. The tail is beautifully finished with striking tail lights and a pinched tail.
Rich and Elegant Interior
The real beauty of the Land Rover interiors is that it does not confuse you with a clutter of dials, knobs and buttons and keeps the styling minimal. The interior of the Range Rover Velar is a brilliant place to be at. The ambience is spectacular and the materials look and feel is exquisite.
The dashboard is a delight for minimalism fans as they have kept it clean and used just a few dials and buttons. Most of the functionality is dependent on the infotainment screen and that helps lower the cluster. There are many controls right on the steering wheel that makes a driver’s life easy.
Another advantage of the minimalistic approach is that you get plenty of space in the cabin. You are provided with more than enough headroom and legroom for both driver and passengers. If you are going for a long commute, there is plenty of space for your extended luggage in the boot as well.
If you are looking for an established automotive brand that gives you decent fuel economy, badge value, stunning looks and ultimate luxury, then Range Rover Velar is the vehicle you should go for. A plug-in hybrid or a diesel both can keep you in the green zone when it comes to fuel economy.
If you look at the price comparisons, Velar is a better choice in that respect as well as many of its rivals are more expensive and thirstier as well. Range Rover Velar holds its value and resale value better than many other SUVs. However, reliability is not the strongest suit for the Range Rover Velar and in a recent survey, Range Rover Velar came 29th out of 30 automotive brands. So, it is common for the Range Rovers to show some problems and when this happens you should know whom to contact.BM Engine Works can provide excellent help when it comes to providing used or reconditioned replacement engines. We stock both used and reconditioned engines and provide excellent fitting services as well. If you buy a used or reconditioned Range Rover Velar engine from us and get it fitted by our expert mechanics, we ensure that you can save up to 60% when you compare the price with a brand-new engine. we can arrange delivery of the engine anywhere in the UK or can get your vehicle picked up and brought to our facility and fit the engine. you can book the services online or over the phone and our helpful staff is always happy to help.