Bigger than an Evoque and smaller than a Sport, the Range Rover Velar slots into the Goldilocks zone occupied by the Porsche Macan and Audi Q8. Is it 'just right' in P380 SE guise? Scott Collie investigates. ...
The top-spec Velar from JLR’s SVO division is likely the last car to use the company’s supercharged V8. Should we start mourning?
There is little doubt the Velar is a beautiful example of what Range Rover stylists can do. Problem is, it's headed into a market with so many options across the pricing spectrum. There's plenty to like about it, though.
It's one of the most stylish cars on the road, but is it any good to drive? And, importantly, can this latest Range Rover be taken off-road? Paul Maric finds out.
The Range Rover Velar is further evidence that Land Rover has no intention of being an ironic note in automotive history as a dedicated 4WD brand that missed a beat during the SUV craze.
The 2018 Range Rover Velar has won fans and a big long list of orders for its styling alone, but is it worthy of the legendary Range Rover badge?
The Range Rover Velar is the fourth model in the 'Rangey' family, and it's likely to become the most popular. Like the Evoque, it's a game-changer - and a hint of what's to come.