The modelRead full Range Rover Velar review
The Land Rover Range Rover Velar is a refined, luxuriously equipped and seriously appealing large SUV. Plus, if you keep to small wheels, it's a comfy companion. Just bear in mind that it’s best to stick to the cheaper trims and engines – once you start moving up the range, the price rises into the realms of better cars, such as the Audi Q8 and the BMW X6.
The trimSee full equipment
Dynamic HSE sits one rung from the top of the Velar trim ladder. Highlights include 20 rather than 14-way electrically adjustable seats, upgraded Windsor leather upholstery, a sliding rather than fixed panoramic glass roof and adaptive matrix LED headlights that allow you to keep them set to main beam without dazzling other drivers.
The engineSee full engine specs
By combining a petrol engine with an electric motor and a decent-sized battery, the P400e is able to get from 0-60mph in 5.1sec and has an official electric range of between 38 and 40 miles, depending on the trim you go for. It's not cheap as a private buy, but makes a lot of financial sense if you're a company car driver.
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