Although Land Rover isn't outright stingy with equipment on the most basic Velar, the cloth seats and 18in wheels probably won’t appeal to many. What you do get is a DAB radio, Bluetooth, keyless entry, automatic emergency braking, LED headlights and an automatic gearbox.
S spec is more appealing, adding leather upholstery 19in wheels, sat-nav, a punchier stereo, a rear-view camera and that powered tailgate, while SE gets you 20in wheels, adaptive headlights, a 360-degree camera system, blind spot monitoring and an even more powerful stereo.
Top-of-the-line HSE cars have 21in wheels, softer leather seats, leather on the dashboard and doors, adaptive cruise control and park assist.
You can add an R-Dynamic pack to S, SE and HSE that brings dark wheels and sportier looks inside and out, including swish, satin-chrome gear shifters. For a limited time there’s also a First Edition that gets a selection of premium options and fancy paint. It’s very expensive, though.