The limited offer for the 2020 Range Rover Velar will include
top of the class SVAutobiography Dynamic edition. The trim
level is going to deliver the most power. Of course, that means
the highest price as well. On the other hand, if you plan to
spend big for the compact premium crossover, plan the leasing
quickly, since the SVAutobiography Dynamic for the new Velar is
not going to be available for the purchase after 2020 season.
Well, this is not the only trim level available for the
crossover. The 2020 Range Rover Velar is also offering various
kinds of engines, starting from four-cylinder units, over V6
drivetrain, and the new edition comes with a V8. An output of
550 hp seems to be too much for the compact crossover.
Furthermore, lovers of a diesel power can find a mill consuming
this type of fuel as well. Different trim levels are there, and
additional features come extra and boost the overall impression
and price. Velar remains a bigger version of the Evoque.
2020 Range Rover Velar Features
The 2020 Range Rover Velar belongs to the premium compact
crossover segment. As every luxury model by JLR, this one comes
with some of the most advanced features in the entire class.
For example, the dual 10-inch screen is something you can’t
find elsewhere. One is used for the entertaining system and
another one is part of a dashboard. Both are possible to tilt
and set them up for better transparency. As a premium model,
Velar will come with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay as standard
accessories. 8-speaker audio is installed in base models. Upper
trims come with Meridian surround audio with more speakers.
Navigation is left out from the base list of features, while
there are audio commands, USB ports, and many other available
Options and Safety
The biggest upgrade for the 2020 Range Rover Velar is an
addition of the SVAutobiography Dynamic model. The features
list is not available yet, but be sure this one will come with
the most exclusive offer Velar have ever had. Still, the price
of the compact model will skyrocket. Well, the base MSRP is
above the competition. The new Velar will start at $50k.Other
options include R-Dynamic SE and HSE models. All of them are
coming with different engines.
Another thing why you should consider the 2020 Range Rover
Velar as one of the options for purchase is safety. The
previous edition was rated pretty high. The new crossover will
use a rearview camera for all trims. Also, there is an
emergency braking system and lane departure alert. Of course,
buyers can upgrade the safety with traffic recognition system,
or blind-spot monitor. A 360-degree camera is available as an
additional purchase, or through upper trim levels.
2020 Range Rover Velar Specs
The engine room of the 2020 Range Rover Velar is one of the
most versatile ever. Diesel and petrol engines could be found
there. This is not as impressive as the option to build a
compact crossover with a V8 engine. That is exactly what the
new SVAutobiography Dynamic brings. A 5.0-liter supercharged
unit is already part of the lineup in some larger vehicles by
JLR. Now, it will be ready to crunch over 550 hp for the
crossover. We are sure that engineers are building only an AWD
system with this drivetrain. An 8-speed automatic transmission
is a power router, and the new version will return only 20 mpg
on the highway.
This is a huge drop from 30 mpg a 2.0-liter four-pot unit is
returning. Well, this is a diesel engine that puts out 180 hp
and 320 lb-ft of torque. The same displacement that uses petrol
as fuel comes with higher outputs – 250 horsepower and 270
pound-feet. The most powerful edition so far offered a
3.0-liter V6 engine with 380 horsepower and 320 lb-ft of
torque. All engines are paired with an eight-speed transmission
and all-wheel drive is standard. Some models will come with
different drive modes.
One thing is sure – the 2020 Range Rover Velar will come with
the hefty price. A compact crossover that costs $50,000 must
offer impressive features. Yes, the JLR is a leader in this,
but still, for this amount of money, you can purchase the
full-size Toyota Sequoia. Since the lineup is unchanged, we
expect the same prices for the rest of the lineup which is
currently available. The base price is not staying put for too
long, and the R-Dynamic HSE version will cost you over $75,000.
The new 2020 Range Rover Velar SVAutobiography Dynamic will
cost the most. We still don’t have estimations, but don’t be
surprised if the new crossover hits $100,000. The full-size
Range Rover with this package costs $177,000. The smaller
crossover is not going to offer all the things its largest
sibling can do. Still, this is the luxury model with a V8
engine and it is really hard to find the competitor that will
offer 550 hp.