Range Rover is updating the Velar for 2024 with new headlights and taillights and a revised interior.
The dashboard is now dominated by an 11.4-inch touchscreen that replaces the previous two-screen setup.
The 2024 Velar starts at $62,775 and ranges up to $79,675 for the Dynamic HSE P400 model.
Land Rover's compact Range Rover Velar SUV is getting a little long in the tooth, having been around since the 2018 model year, but you wouldn't know by looking at it. Range Rover has updated this model numerous times over the years and is keeping its styling fresh for 2024 with new headlights and taillights and a comprehensive interior redesign.
The exterior changes aren't immediately obvious but include new lights front and rear, a restyled grille, and a new rear bumper. There are also two new color options called Metallic Varesine Blue and Premium Metallic Zadar Gray.
You'll notice more of a difference inside, where the previous two-screen setup gives way to a new "floating" 11.4-inch curved glass touchscreen display in the middle of the dash. This screen runs the latest version of Land Rover's Pivi Pro software and gives the cabin a cleaner look. There are three new leather colors available, including Cloud, Raven Blue, and Deep Garnet, and you'll see additional chrome trim on the steering wheel, air vents, and center console.
There aren't any changes to the two available powertrains, a 247-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four in the P250 models and a 395-hp turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six with a 48-volt hybrid system in the P400. Prices are up across the board, with the S P250 starting at $62,775, the Dynamic SE P250 at $64,875, the Dynamic SE P400 at $71,875, and the Dynamic HSE P400 at $79,675. Land Rover says the 2024 model is available to order now.
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