The new kid on the block, and another Land Rover. The Velar is the brand's most road-biased model yet, with looks taken straight from the concept car book and an interior that puts most others to shame with its richness in both materials and technology.
Luckily, it's just as good to drive, and the ride and refinement are akin to that of a full-blown luxury car.
Prices start fairly low but at the upper echelons can stretch the credibility of the car, especially considering the styling is so sensitive to spec.
An electric SUV from before electric SUVs were a thing, the Model X, of course, makes its presence known with top-hinged falcon doors.
EV packaging helps the seven-seat interior feel spacious, with the added bonus of a boot in the front. Then there's the performance - it may not match the top speed of many rivals, but on accelerative pace it's second to none in this segment.
Shame the handling can't make it a true driver's car, then, and the price is prohibitive for many buyers, especially with quality issues recently grabbing headlines.
Th is is the one that reinvented the luxury SUV segment for the modern era.
Two generations later, the X5 is still the practical premium SUV it always was. It's a bit of a shame that the ride across the range is awkward and lumpy.
The styling won't appeal to everyone, but the badge certainly will, and that's a big selling point in this particular market. Priced bang in line rivals, apart from the absurdly priced but impressive M50d model, the X5 is a stalwart in the segment if not a class leader.