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VELAR

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  • OVERVIEW a11y.close
    Number of seats5
    Combined litres/100kmTBC
    CO2 Combined emissions (g/km) TBC
    Fuel Tank Capacity (litres)60
  • PERFORMANCE AND WEIGHTS a11y.open
    PERFORMANCE
    Max speed kph193
    Acceleration (secs) 0-100kph8.9
    FUEL CONSUMPTION
    Combined litres/100kmTBC
    Fuel Tank Capacity (litres)60
    CO2 Combined emissions (g/km) TBC
    ENGINE
    Capacity (cc)1,999
    Power (kW)132
    Torque (Nm)430
    TransmissionAutomatic
    WEIGHTS (kg)
    Weight from (kg)1,899
    Maximum Laden weight (kg)2,490
    Maximum mass on each axle (front) (kg)1,190
    Maximum mass on each axle (rear) (kg)1,420
  • TOWING (kg) (TOWING PACK OPTION) a11y.open
    TOWING
    Unbraked trailer (kg)750
    Maximum towing (kg)2,400
    Maximum coupling point/nose weight (kg)175
    Maximum vehicle and trailer combination/Gross Train Weight (kg)4,890
    ROOF CARRYING
    Maximum roof load (including Roof Rails) (kg)79
  • DIMENSIONS AND CAPABILITIES a11y.open

    DIMENSIONS AND CAPABILITIES

    • LENGTH (mm) 4,803
    • WADING DEPTH (mm) 650 (Electronic Air Suspension) 600 (Coil Suspension)
    • OBSTACLE CLEARANCE (mm) 251 (Electronic Air Suspension) 213 (Coil Suspension)
    • REAR WHEEL TRACK (mm) 1,657
    TURNING CIRCLE
    Kerb-to-Kerb (m)11.6
    Wall-to-wall (m)12
    Turns lock-to-lock (no. of turns)2.52
    OBSTACLE CLEARANCE
    Ground Clearance165
    Standard ride height - Front Axle (mm)251 (Electronic Air Suspension) 213 (Coil Suspension)
    Standard ride height - Rear Axle (mm)251 (Electronic Air Suspension) 213 (Coil Suspension)
    WADING DEPTH
    Maximum wading depth (mm)650 (Electronic Air Suspension) 600 (Coil Suspension)
    VEHICLE LENGTH
    Overall length (mm)4,803
    Wheelbase (mm)2,874
    VEHICLE HEIGHT & WIDTHS
    Height (mm)1,685
    Front wheel track (mm)1,642
    Rear wheel track (mm)1,657
    Width Mirrors Folded (mm)2,041
    Width (mirrors out) (mm)2,145
    APPROACH ANGLE – OFF-ROAD GEOMETRY
    Standard 25.93° (Coil)
    Off-Road Geometry 28.89° (Air)
    RAMP ANGLE - OFF-ROAD GEOMETRY
    Standard21° (Coil)
    Off-Road Geometry23.5° (Air)
    DEPARTURE ANGLE - OFF-ROAD GEOMETRY
    Standard27.30° (Coil)
    Off-Road Geometry 29.50° (Air)
    LOADSPACE CAPACITY - REAR SEATS UPRIGHT
    Height (mm)1,045
    Width (mm)1,247
    Loadspace volume (litres)673
    Loadspace width between arches (mm)1,050
    Length at floor (mm)1,035
    LOADSPACE CAPACITY - REAR SEATS FOLDED
    Height (mm)1,045
    Width (mm)1,247
    Loadspace volume (litres)1,731
    Loadspace width between arches (mm)1,050
    Length at floor (mm)1,795
    STANDARD RIDE HEIGHT
    With roof side rails (mm)1,657
    With roof antennae (mm)1,685
    HEADROOM
    Front headroom (mm)993
    Rear headroom (mm)988
    Front headroom (with panoramic roof) (mm)970
    Rear headroom (with panoramic roof) (mm)966

The figures provided are as a result of official manufacturer's tests in accordance with EU legislation. For comparison purposes only. Real world figures may differ. CO2 and fuel economy figures may vary according to wheel fitment and optional extras fitted.
**Top speed is 220km/h when fitted with 18” wheels.
Engine data has not been re-certified in 2018. Data shown conforms to the 2017 certification.
Approach, Ramp and Departure angles achieved with air suspension in Off Road Height and front recovery covers removed.

All website information shows Range Rover Velar 19 Model Year specifications. As Retailers may have vehicles, available for sale, that are of various model year specifications, you should check with your Land Rover Retailer as to the precise model year specification of any particular vehicle.

Jaguar Land Rover Limited: Registered office: Abbey Road, Whitley, Coventry CV3 4LF. Registered in England No: 1672070


Fuel consumption figures reflect laboratory testing in accordance with the New European Driving Cycle (NEDC). These figures are provided for comparison amongst vehicles only. Actual fuel consumption will generally differ under real world driving conditions, and will vary depending on individual factors such as (but not limited to) driving styles and vehicle, road, traffic and weather conditions.