Sports version Range Rover Velar tested at the NurburgringMarch 14, 2018
According to unofficial data, the novelty will receive a 5.0-liter petrol engine with a return of 550 horsepower
The company Land Rover is testing sports modification of the crossover Range Rover Velar at the Nürburgring. Spy photos of the novelties were published by AutoExpress. According to the publication, the car will receive a prefix SVR in the name and will go on sale in Europe in the autumn of this year. The main competitor of the car is called BMW X6 M.
Judging by the photos, the car will receive other bumpers with enlarged air intakes. In addition, the novelty will be equipped with other wheel disks, twin exhaust pipes and a more aggressive diffuser.
According to unofficial data, the novelty will receive a 5.0-liter petrol engine. The power of the unit will be 550 horsepower. With such a motor up to 100 km / h, the crossover will accelerate in 4.2 seconds.
Also, engineers will work on reducing the weight of the car. It is expected that the mass of sports Velar will not exceed 1800 kilograms. Also, the car will receive a retuned landing gear and a new air suspension.
Crossover Range Rover Velar is built on a scalable IQ platform [AI] – on it the British created sedans Jaguar XE and XF, as well as a crossover Jaguar F-Pace.
Also in the engine range is a 3.0-liter unit with a payback of 380 horsepower. Among the diesel units – 2.0-liter engine with a capacity of 180 and 240 horsepower. In addition, a 3.0-liter diesel engine entered the engine range. The output of such an aggregate is 300 horsepower.