Range Rover recently introduced the new 2019 Range Rover Velar. Although this is the first time that the company has introduced a performance-based crossover, it is doing reasonably well. This is mainly due to the fact that Jaguar was involved in the development process and the Velar is essentially an F-tempo with much nicer features. However, it seems that Range Rover will go further. Not so long ago, the Nurburgring test worked out what the future 2019 Range Rover Velar would be. If the rumors are true, it could be the fastest car the company has ever launched. Although details are still scarce, there are many rumors that can happen, and most of them seem pretty accurate.
The 2019 Range Rover Velar was sporty revised as well as the Range Rover Sport. The wheel arches are blasted compared to the standard model to lay wider tires on their huge alloy wheels. The honeycomb grille on the front and the four air jets in the barrel reflect the stronger F-type and leave no doubt about the performance of the vehicle. Interestingly, the 2019 Range Rover Velar test car uses conventional door handles in the video compared to the implementable versions of the regular Velar. It is unclear whether these are adjusted to save weight or be simplified for development.
The interior is also revised by the 2019 Range Rover Velar. In general, comfortable seats are replaced with seats similar to those of the Range Rover Sport 2019, possibly in different colors. A lot of carbon fiber is placed around the cabin for the sporty look, while infotainment takes the form of Land Rover’s In Control Touch Pro system.
Unlike the current model, the 2019 Range Rover Velar has a 5.0-liter V8 supercharged engine. This is the same engine currently used by the Range Rover and some other Jaguar-listed vehicles. In this particular application, the V8 should deliver between 500 and 600 hp and up to 550 Nm of torque. All of these forces are passed on to a sophisticated four-wheel system with a function for vectors with torque. Thanks for it and the eight-speed automatic of the car; the 2019 Range Rover Velar should reach 60 MPH in less than 4.0 seconds. The top speed can be limited to about 150 to 170 km / h, but the Range Rover can also decide to demarcate the vehicle. In this case, you can expect a top speed of more than 200 km/h.
The regular Velar will be launched in September 2017. It is therefore unlikely that a variant of Velar can be seen until August 2019, maybe until 2019. With the 2019 Range Rover Velar it will cost around 45,000 GBP and the Range Rover Sport around 100,000 GBP. The Velar should cost between 85,000 and 90,000 pounds.