Range Rover Velar Gets Range-topping SVAutobiography Variant,Prices,milage,interiors

Range Rover Velar Gets Range-topping SVAutobiography Variant

The new variant not only packs in more panache

but also more power



We, at ZigWheels, think it should be criminal for an SUV to look this good. 
Range Rover’s Velar has always set our tails wagging in happiness
 by its sheer presence. But, with the SVAutobiography,
 Range Rover has kicked things up several notches. 
What’s more, it’s not just the eyes that get a treat. 
There are some eargasms in store too, because under that
 sculpted hood lies a 5.0-litre V8 motor. Oh yes!



That’s a great starting point, actually. This 5.0-litre engine is something
 we’ve seen propel mad hatter versions of Jaguars - such as the
 F-Type R and the XF R - and also nutters from the Range Rover stable,
 including the Sport SVR. Here, the motor makes a whopping 550PS of power. 
That’s plenty to catapult the Velar SVAutobiography to 100kmph in just 4.5 seconds, 
and on to a top speed of 274kmph.


And the updates don’t stop there. Reigning in all of that power are bigger
 brakes - 395mm discs at the front, 396mm discs at the rear. 
Should you choose to chuck the Velar SVAutobiography hard into a corner,
 upgraded anti-roll bars and firmer air springs with the variable 
dampers will have your back. The all-wheel-drive system gets
 a new transfer box, and is now happy to send 100 per cent of the power to the rear wheels. There’s an active exhaust system as well, that not only saves 7.1kg, 
but also makes bystanders happy with its sonorous note. Range Rover’s SV
 division has also fine-tuned the characteristics of the 8-speed gearbox,
 the rear differential and the steering to make sure that this bad boy feels 
special to drive.


Velar interior includes two 10in touchscreens


The key feature of the Velar’s interior is a new Touch Pro Duo infotainment system with two 10in touchscreens,

described as “secret till lit”. Between them, these configurable

 displays reduce switchgear to an absolute minimum, 

while the lower part of the centre console ahead of

 the gear and Terrain Response selectors is turned into

 a screen itself.


The car’s chief engineer, Kevin Stride, said the interior had been designed around these screens. The brief was to get rid of as much switchgear as possible while still making i usable and engaging.





Range Rover Velar Price List

Land Rover Range Rover Velar price starts at ₹ 82.9 Lakhs and goes upto ₹ 1.31 Crores. Diesel Range Rover Velar price starts at ₹ 82.9 Lakhs. Petrol Range Rover Velar price starts at ₹ 82.9 Lakhs.
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