Land Rover Range Rover Velar variants
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Total cash price £26,999. Borrowing £21,599 with a £5,400 deposit at a representative APR of 12.9%.

49 monthly payments
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6000 miles

Range Rover Velar buying guide

What Range Rover Velar trim levels are there?

Like the smaller Evoque, the Velar’s trim level lineup starts with S, then heads up to SE, HSE and the range-topping Autobiography spec. Even S features 19-inch alloy wheels, leather upholstery with heated front seats and electric driver’s seat adjustment, LED headlights with auto high-beam assist, adaptive cruise control, wireless phone charging, a powered tailgate and a heated steering wheel.

SE adds blind-spot monitoring, 20-inch wheels and a Meridian sound system, while HSE ups the wheel size again and also gets air suspension and upgraded leather.

Top-spec Autobiography sits on whopping 22-inch wheels, has massaging, cooling front seats and reclining rear seats, and can show you all angles around the car with its 360-degree camera. It also has a wading depth monitor and four-zone air conditioning.

Range Rover Velar interior and technology

In the best possible way, the Velar feels like a half-price Range Rover. With its two touchscreens on the centre console – one for the infotainment and one for the climate control – it feels high-tech and luxurious. The soft leather upholstery adds to the plush feel. Even tall adults have plenty of space to stretch out in the front and rear seats.

Every Velar comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, giving you the opportunity to use your phone’s apps on the car’s touchscreen. Older cars have a screen that coolly angles forward out of the dashboard, while newer cars have a more intuitive system with better responses.

Range Rover Velar boot space and dimensions

At 4.8 metres long, the Velar is exactly the same length as a standard parking space. That means it won’t be the easiest car to thread around a creaking multistorey car park, so it’s fortunate that front and rear parking assistance is fitted as standard. The upside is that there’s a lot of space inside for passengers and luggage. The 632-litre boot is much bigger than the Audi Q5’s on paper, although the way Land Rover measures boot space is typically more generous than how its rivals measure.

Range Rover Velar engine range explained

Range Rover Velar D200 diesel

The Velar’s engine range starts with a 204hp 2.0-litre diesel engine. With four-wheel drive and fuel-saving mild-hybrid tech as standard, this engine returns around 41mpg and gets from 0-60mph in under eight seconds. Perhaps more importantly, the Velar can wade through 530mm of water.

Previously, there was a D180 version of this engine with 180hp.

Range Rover Velar D300 diesel

A 3.0-litre diesel with 300hp is fitted in the D300 diesel, which drops the 0-60mph time to around six seconds. Despite having nearly 50% more power than the D200, the D300 still manages around 37mpg in mixed driving.

Range Rover Velar P250 petrol

If you’d rather go for petrol power in your Velar, the P250 engine is a top choice. It’s capable of 29mpg and acceleration to the national speed limit in seven seconds.

Range Rover Velar P400 petrol

With a huge 400hp at your disposal, the Velar P400 can outsprint many hot hatchbacks and sports cars. And yet, thanks to its 83-litre fuel tank, you won’t need to stop for fuel every 100 yards.

Range Rover Velar P400e plug-in hybrid

At the top of the range is the P400e plug-in hybrid, which pairs a 2.0-litre petrol engine with a brawny electric motor. Thanks to the electric boost, the plug-in hybrid is actually the fastest Velar engine – its 5.1-second 0-60mph time just pips the P400 petrol’s time by a tenth of a second. But it also offers the potential for 37 miles of electric driving and 151mpg.


The Range Rover Velar sits between the Evoque and the full-size Range Rover in the lineup. Named after a previous Land Rover concept car, the Velar has five seats and a selection of opulently equipped trim levels.

Yes, the Velar is a relaxed and posh-feeling SUV with a heavy spoonful of off-road ability, so it should tick a lot of boxes for premium family car buyers.