Land Rover has introduced the fourth member of the Range Rover family for the first time, at the Design Museum, London, England.
Showcased on March 5, the all-new SUV will be presented at the Geneva Motor Show 2017, where the car will have a second showcase after being completely unveiled last week.
“We are delighted to be able to partner with the Design Museum with an important vehicle like this. The new Range Rover Velar has a lot of modern features in our brand, as well as enhancing our overall commitment to design and engineering excellence, “said Land Rover CEO Gerry McGovern.
Designed to fill the gap between the Evoque and Sport, the car is equipped with a lot of new technologies, including the Touch Pro Duo entertainment system, two 10-inch touchscreens, door handles and headlamps. LED Matrix-Laser, and other components.
The British brand has begun accepting orders for the Range Rover Velar, which will begin delivery to customers this summer, with prices starting at £ 44,830 in the UK and $ 49,900 in the United States.