All Velars come with a range of standard luxuries, including a panoramic sunroof, LED headlights, 18-inch wheels, Jaguar Land Rover’s Adaptive Dynamics driving system, auto emergency braking, lane departure warning, and an eight-speaker stereo.
Land Rover is also making available to Velar buyers an upholstery woven from “sustainable resources” and paired with synthetic suede as an alternative to various cow hides. If you want to make your rumbling off-roader a little bit greener, this is a good way to go.
The Range Rover Velar SE is the top standard Velar trim level and is available with only the V6 engine. Its $68,395 base price includes a move to 20-inch alloys, an upgraded 17-speaker (including subwoofer) audio system, driver condition monitor, and Drive Package as standard.
Audiophiles who find the SE’s 825-watt system insufficient can upgrade to RR’s peak 1,600-watt, 23-speaker setup for $3,060, and the remainder of the Drive Pro Package items can be had for $1,495. The vast majority of the Velar S’ option packages transition to the SE with no or very minor changes.