The 2024 Range Rover Velar is getting a mid-cycle refresh, with some small updates to the exterior and under the hood, but bigger updates inside.
The Velar’s exterior has been updated with new headlights with new daytime running lights and a new grille that looks close to the new Range Rover. At the rear there are new LED taillights and a redesigned bumper.
Inside the changes are bigger with a new 11.4-inch curved glass infotainment system. The minimalistic interior now no longer has any buttons or knobs on the center stack, which means that you have to use the controls within the infotainment system for the the climate control. The infotainment system runs the latest version of Land Rover’s Pivi Pro software with over-the-air software updates, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and Amazon Alexa.
Other interior updates include a new steering wheel with light-up controls, a fully digital instrument cluster, and an optional air purification system. A new leather-free interior option is also available with seats that are wrapped in a combination of wool and polyurethane textile.
Under the hood there’s a new eight-speed automatic transmission for the base 2.0-liter four-cylinder that generates 247 horsepower and 269 pound-feet of torque. The 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-six mild-hybrid powertrain has 395 hp and 405 pb-ft.
The 2024 Range Rover Velar is available to order now. The pricing starts at $62,775 for the P250 S, while the P400 Dynamic SE starts at $71,875.