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Land Rover will release 500 Black Edition cars, which have dark gloss and interior enhancements

Land Rover has launched an R-Dynamic Black Limited Edition of its Range Rover Velar SUV, introducing an extensive black finish and interior add-ons to the standard car.

The limited-edition variant, of which only 500 will be produced, is based on Land Rover’s D180 R-Dynamic SE Velar.

As well as the black look, the model is also available in metallic grey. Other exterior features include tinted windows and a panoramic glass roof.

The Black Limited Edition rolls on 21in gloss black alloy wheels. Adaptive Dynamics suspension, optional for the entry-level Velar, comes as standard on the dark-set car.

Inside, the interior is decked out in ebony-coloured leather, complemented by an ebony headlining and a heated steering wheel.

The new Velar retains the 2.0-litre diesel powertrain of the D180 R-Dynamic SE. It produces 177bhp, which is delivered through an automatic gearbox to all four wheels. The benchmark sprint of 0-62mph is achieved in 8.4sec and the top speed is 125mph.

Jaguar Land Rover UK managing director Rawdon Glover said: “The Range Rover Velar R-Dynamic Black builds on Velar’s sophisticated design package, enhancing it for a customer who is looking for an element of differentiation. We look forward to delivering the first limited editions in early 2020.”

Pricing for the Velar R-Dynamic Black Limited Edition, which can be ordered now, starts at £56,995 or £499 per month over a 48-month contract.

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Will86 10 December 2019

Wow an all black SUV...

...how imaginative! Come on JLR, surely you can do something a bit more interesting. Then again, as Peter says above, it will sell, it just doesn't really appeal to people on motoring forums like this because this is all about image. 

xxxx 10 December 2019

Above +1

That's one of my gripes with the car world!

Takeitslowly 10 December 2019

xxxx wrote:

xxxx wrote:

That's one of my gripes with the car world!

 

The "car world" shudders and shivers that you have many gripes about it. Fool.

FM8 10 December 2019

Takeitslowly wrote:

Takeitslowly wrote:

xxxx wrote:

That's one of my gripes with the car world!

 

The "car world" shudders and shivers that you have many gripes about it. Fool.

Wise words from the resident nonce.

uk_supercar_fan 10 December 2019

wow

£57k for a 2.0D with 180ps.  Milk it, JLR.

Peter Cavellini 10 December 2019

Why not?

uk_supercar_fan wrote:

£57k for a 2.0D with 180ps.  Milk it, JLR.

Yes, there's a big enough Herd out there with plenty disposable cash who won't Blanche at paying £57K+ for just two litres, Diesel or Petrol, most are buying for various reasons, there mates got one, it's for the Wife excuse or for social status, to say you drive a Range Rover, there not perfect cars, they have faults just like any other car,so, really it doesn't matter what we think, they sell on there heritage built up over decades just the the Porsche911 or the VW Golf Gti two name two who are purely bought on there iconic status, where they're the best is to an extent irrelevant, they still sell, so this limited run will sell quicker than fried potatoes.....!

FM8 10 December 2019

Peter Cavellini wrote:

Peter Cavellini wrote:

uk_supercar_fan wrote:

£57k for a 2.0D with 180ps.  Milk it, JLR.

Yes, there's a big enough Herd out there with plenty disposable cash who won't Blanche at paying £57K+ for just two litres, Diesel or Petrol, most are buying for various reasons, there mates got one, it's for the Wife excuse or for social status, to say you drive a Range Rover, there not perfect cars, they have faults just like any other car,so, really it doesn't matter what we think, they sell on there heritage built up over decades just the the Porsche911 or the VW Golf Gti two name two who are purely bought on there iconic status, where they're the best is to an extent irrelevant, they still sell, so this limited run will sell quicker than fried potatoes.....!

Complete crap Peter. My wife has hers, nothing to do with me buying it for her (I couldn't afford it), nothing to do with heritage, nothing to do with the badge. She chose it because it offered the best package for her budget. She'll never pay 60+k for it, it costs 550 month over 36 months with no deposit. We drive to my parents home in the French Alps 6-8 times a year, so we simply wanted something that can cover distances effortlessly,has an elevated driving position, has all wheel drive and is comfortable, the Velar was the best available for the monthly budget. Simple as that.

mrking 10 December 2019

Incredible.

You bought a velar for £19,800. Amazing value. Kia should be worried.

FM8 10 December 2019

mrking wrote:

mrking wrote:

You bought a velar for £19,800. Amazing value. Kia should be worried.

Hey? Who said anything about buying it... It's on contract hire. You rent it for 36 months, then give it back.

Takeitslowly 10 December 2019

FM8 wrote:

FM8 wrote:
Peter Cavellini wrote:

uk_supercar_fan wrote:

£57k for a 2.0D with 180ps.  Milk it, JLR.

Yes, there's a big enough Herd out there with plenty disposable cash who won't Blanche at paying £57K+ for just two litres, Diesel or Petrol, most are buying for various reasons, there mates got one, it's for the Wife excuse or for social status, to say you drive a Range Rover, there not perfect cars, they have faults just like any other car,so, really it doesn't matter what we think, they sell on there heritage built up over decades just the the Porsche911 or the VW Golf Gti two name two who are purely bought on there iconic status, where they're the best is to an extent irrelevant, they still sell, so this limited run will sell quicker than fried potatoes.....!

Complete crap Peter. My wife has hers, nothing to do with me buying it for her (I couldn't afford it), nothing to do with heritage, nothing to do with the badge. She chose it because it offered the best package for her budget. She'll never pay 60+k for it, it costs 550 month over 36 months with no deposit. We drive to my parents home in the French Alps 6-8 times a year, so we simply wanted something that can cover distances effortlessly,has an elevated driving position, has all wheel drive and is comfortable, the Velar was the best available for the monthly budget. Simple as that.

 

Even more hilarity from the resident Walter Mitty. Takes no time at all to realise just why they moved away, wonder if they are considering a move even further away, so that you only get there once a year. SIMPLE AS THAT. Fool.

FM8 10 December 2019

Takeitslowly wrote:

Takeitslowly wrote:

FM8 wrote:
Peter Cavellini wrote:

uk_supercar_fan wrote:

£57k for a 2.0D with 180ps.  Milk it, JLR.

Yes, there's a big enough Herd out there with plenty disposable cash who won't Blanche at paying £57K+ for just two litres, Diesel or Petrol, most are buying for various reasons, there mates got one, it's for the Wife excuse or for social status, to say you drive a Range Rover, there not perfect cars, they have faults just like any other car,so, really it doesn't matter what we think, they sell on there heritage built up over decades just the the Porsche911 or the VW Golf Gti two name two who are purely bought on there iconic status, where they're the best is to an extent irrelevant, they still sell, so this limited run will sell quicker than fried potatoes.....!

Complete crap Peter. My wife has hers, nothing to do with me buying it for her (I couldn't afford it), nothing to do with heritage, nothing to do with the badge. She chose it because it offered the best package for her budget. She'll never pay 60+k for it, it costs 550 month over 36 months with no deposit. We drive to my parents home in the French Alps 6-8 times a year, so we simply wanted something that can cover distances effortlessly,has an elevated driving position, has all wheel drive and is comfortable, the Velar was the best available for the monthly budget. Simple as that.

 

Even more hilarity from the resident Walter Mitty. Takes no time at all to realise just why they moved away, wonder if they are considering a move even further away, so that you only get there once a year. SIMPLE AS THAT. Fool.

Err, that's where they live, they're French. They didn't move there, you daft twat.