Range Rover Velar gets price cut

    Velar is available in a single trim with petrol and diesel powertrain options.

    Published On Feb 21, 2024 06:43:00 PM

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    Range Rover Velar gets price cut
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    Land Rover India has given the 2024 Range Rover a price cut of Rs 6.4 lakh, with the SUV now priced at Rs 87.9 lakh, ex-showroom. Upon launch in July last year, the 2024 Velar was priced at Rs 93 lakh and received a price hike towards the end of the year that took it up to Rs 94.3 lakh.

    Range Rover Velar price
    February 2024December 2023July 2023
    HSE PetrolRs 87.9 lakhRs 94.3 lakhRs 93 lakh
    HSE DieselRs 87.9 lakhRs 94.3 lakhRs 93 lakh

    Range Rover Velar design and features

    Compared to the previous model, the 2024 Range Rover Velar gets a new lighting signature along with a pixel LED setup in the front and a new tail-light at the rear. The biggest changes are on the inside, with the brand giving the Velar a new minimalist look by doing away with the physical touch buttons for the climate control and moving all controls to a new, 11.4-inch curved infotainment screen. The luxury SUV comes loaded with features such as a 360-degree camera with an under-bonnet view, 20-way massage front seats, a power recline for the rear seats, an air purifier, wireless charging, a Meridian sound system, a powered tailgate, a panoramic sunroof and four-zone climate control. 

    Range Rover Velar powertrain and performance 

    The Range Rover Velar is available with a choice of a 2.0-litre petrol engine that produces 250hp and 365Nm, and a 2.0-litre diesel engine that’s mated to a mild-hybrid system making a total of 204hp and 430Nm; both engines get all-wheel-drive and are mated to an 8-speed automatic gearbox. The petrol Velar can sprint from 0-100kph in 7.5 seconds while the diesel-powered Velar can do the same sprint in 8.3 seconds.

    Range Rover Velar rivals 

    At this price point, the Range Rover Velar rivals the Mercedes-Benz GLE (Rs 96.4 lakh), BMW X5 (Rs 96 lakh), Porsche Macan (Rs 88.06 lakh)  and Jaguar F-Pace (Rs 72.9 lakh).

    All prices ex-showroom India

    Also see: 

    Range Rover Velar facelift review: Modern Minimalist

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