The Velar is really unstoppable. Just recently, Range Rover has revealed that the mid-size SUV now comes with new engine options and safety technology. Included in the options are a D275 3.0L V6 diesel engine that cranks out 275ps and 625Nm of torque, as well as a P340 3.0L supercharged gas V6 that produces 340ps and 450Nm of torque.

Moreover, buyers of the 2019 Velar will also get a chance to enjoy Kvadrat premium textile seats and new driver assistance systems. These include Adaptive Cruise Control with Steering Assist that works between 0-180km/h and employs the existing adaptive cruise functionality.

Lane centering is also present and enables the Velar to maintain a set distance from the car in front of it. Meanwhile, Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop & Go enables the SUV to follow the vehicle in front and stop if that vehicle comes to a stop and take off once again in the event the driver taps the pedal. Another new safety tech is the radar-based high-speed emergency braking, which allows forward collision detection and works between 10-160 km/h. As a bonus, it also spots an impending collision and alerts the driver.

In the event that the driver neglects to respond, the system can apply the brakes automatically. All Velars come with a lane keeping assist, emergency braking, driver condition monitor, front and rear parking aids, and rear camera. Adaptive dynamics is available and tracks wheel movement 500 times per second at each wheel. In addition, there is an optional four-corner air suspension.

The Velar now comes fitted with a bigger 82L fuel tank, which is a huge gain from the previous 63L tank for longer driving distance on a number of gas models. These include the 250ps 2.0L Ingenium engine and 300ps 2.0L Ingenium, new 340ps supercharged V6, and the supercharged 380ps V6. There newest features of the Velar may vary by market.