Range Rover Velar gains six-cylinder mild-hybrid HST variants Car News

Land Rover has added two new models to the Range Rover Velar range, which feature a choice of petrol and diesel engines with mild-hybrid technology.

The Range Rover Velar HST 400 is powered by a 3.0-liter straight-six petrol engine, producing 394 hp and 405 lb-ft.

the Range Rover Velar The HST 300, meanwhile, is powered by a 3.0-liter diesel engine, also featuring mild-hybrid technology, producing 295 hp and 479 lb-ft.

Each model is fitted with Land Rover’s Black Pack, featuring a contrasting black roof, tinted windows and 21-inch wheels in gloss black.

Inside, the HST features a black suede headliner and steering wheel. A panoramic sliding sunroof is also included as standard.

It also benefits from electronic air suspension with adaptive dynamics, Park Assist Pack and Land Rover’s Cabin Air Purification Plus system.

Sister brand Jaguar now offers the same powertrain and handling package for the closely related F-Pace SUV.

“The new Range Rover Velar HST offers a combination of design enhancements and carefully selected chassis features to add to the breadth of its capability without compromising its refinement and comfort,” said Land Brand Director Finbar McFall. Rover.

Apart from the HST variants, the Range Rover Velar Edition has also been reintroduced to the model range. It has equipment based on the R-Dynamic SE and comes with 20-inch wheels, a black panoramic roof and privacy glass.

Similar to the F-Pace, it also benefits from Amazon Alexa compatibility built into the Pivi Pro infotainment system. It can stream media, create lists and reminders, and control smart home functions.

Prices start from £69,865 for the Velar D300 HST, while the more powerful P400 HST costs £73,815. Both are on sale now.

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This notice was published: 2022-04-14 08:01:24

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