Although it has been on the market since the 2018 model year, the Land Rover Range Rover Velar small SUV does not appear its age. Many improvements have been made to this model by Range Rover throughout the years, and for 2024, they are updating the exterior and inside to keep the design feeling modern.
Among the less noticeable visual upgrades are new headlights and taillights, a new grille, and a revised bumper in the back. Metallic Varesine Blue and Premium Metallic Zadar Gray are two new hues available.
On the inside, a new “floating” 11.4-inch curved glass touchscreen panel replaces the older model’s dual screens in the center of the dashboard. This display utilizes Land Rover’s newest Pivi Pro software and helps to streamline the interior. Chrome accents have been added to the steering wheel, air vents, and center console, and new leather hues like Cloud, Raven Blue, and Deep Garnet have been introduced.
There have been no updates made to either of the two available powertrains: a 247-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four in the P250 versions, and a 395-hp turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six with a 48-volt hybrid system in the P400. Prices are up throughout the board, with the S P250 starting at $62,775, the Dynamic SE P250 at $64,875, the Dynamic SE P400 at $71,875, and the Dynamic HSE P400 at $79,675. Land Rover has announced that orders for the 2024 model year can be placed immediately.