2021 Range Rover Velar

The coupe-like Range Rover Velar is getting some significant upgrades for the 2021 model year with a new array of engine options, Land Rover's advanced Pivi Pro infotainment system, and a quieter, more comfortable cabin. The new engine options include a family of 3.0L MHEV (mild hybrid) six-cylinder Ingenium models that come in a 335 hp and a 395 hp variants, each of which are equipped with the company's signature all-wheel-drive system and air suspension. 

When it comes to performance, the 395 hp model achieves a 0-60 time of 5.2 seconds and both variants have an electric supercharger and a twin scroll turbocharger. One of the biggest updates is the move to their Pivi Pro infotainment system, that brings speed and refinement with enhanced responsiveness, HD graphics, and integrated 10-inch touchscreens. Additional updates include Active Road Noise Cancellation for a quieter interior, optional Cabin Air Filtration, and a new standard 3D Surround Camera. 

From $56,900, landroverusa.com

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