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SML Frontier Automotive rolls out all-new Range Rover Velar


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01 03SML Frontier Automotive yesterday unveiled the newest addition to the Range Rover family, the all-new Range Rover Velar. 

The first vehicle of its kind and the fourth Range Rover, the Velar pioneers the frontier for luxury SUVs, writing its own proud chapter in a powerful legacy. 

Over the last decade, the transformation of the Land Rover brand has been truly remarkable. This unprecedented change has been characterised by the introduction of an exciting new range of SUVs, each one showcasing a unique combination of design excellence and engineering integrity. 

Make no mistake, this transformation will continue and the next chapter in this incredible story starts here with the Range Rover Velar. Derived from the Latin word Velare meaning ‘to cover’ or ‘veil’, Velar is a direct reference to the codename used on the original, pre-production Range Rovers of the late 1960s. 

Designed to fill the white space between the Range Rover Evoque and the Range Rover Sport, Velar brings unprecedented glamour, modernity and elegance to the Range Rover family. This stunningly elegant and technologically sophisticated millennial was born to make heads turn and hearts race. 

In the words of Land Rover Chief Design Officer Gerry McGovern: “Velar brings unprecedented glamour, modernity and elegance to the Range Rover family. It’s a vehicle that has emotionally charged DNA and unquestionable pedigree.” 

The Range Rover Velar is now available with a five-year warranty and five-year service at SML Frontier Automotive, the sole agents for Jaguar Land Rover in Sri Lanka. Customers can visit the showroom and view and test drive the compelling Velar with its legendary heritage, powerful performance, exceptional design and luxuriously elegant design. 


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