2022 Range Rover Velar Owner's Manual

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Overview

The Range Rover Velar 2022 is a luxury five-door SUV of the “K2” class. It was presented to the general public at the Geneva Motor Show in the spring of 2017.

RR Velar demonstrates the new design philosophy of the brand, the basis of which in its time was laid by the compact Evoque. By the way, in the model range of the British brand, the new Velar will take a place just between the Evoque and the RR Sport. The low dynamic silhouette is not overloaded with unnecessary details, but herewith the SUV looks expensive. To emphasize the dynamics of the car design, because the 2022 Range Rover Velar is positioned as a sports crossover, its body was made low (1.66 m), and the roof is sloping. In addition, the top of the car is painted in black. Along with this, a panoramic roof with a sliding sunroof can be installed.

Narrow strips of LED optics both front and rear go far to the sides of the body – it is already a kind of Range Rover family trait. However, the body resting on 22-inch wheels looks so bright and distinctive that it will be recognized in a stream. The creation of such an image is a merit of the chief designer of the brand Jerry McGovern. It is interesting that according to his statement, the name Velar does not mean anything and was created just as a beautiful word. While the beautiful legend says that it hid under it the pre-production prototypes of the first Range Rover at the end of the 60s. And it stands for something like a “veil” to hide the new model before the premiere.