7 March 2017
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The Range Rover Velar has had the wraps pulled from it at the 2017 Geneva motor show.

We've now driven the Range Rover Velar - read our first impression here

The new Velar will sit between the Evoque and Range Rover Sport in Range Rover's line-up, and as the most driver-focused car in the range will compete squarely with the Porsche Macan.

It'll have a range of 2.0 and 3.0 V6 engines at launch, with a fast SVR version following later. Here are the important details.

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8 March 2017
Just for the people on here who stupidly think that Autocar show bias towards Land Rover and maybe to a lesser degree Jaguar, the equally non biased German auto press 'Auto Motor Und Sport' put their top car of the Geneva show as the VW Arteon with next the G Wagon G650, Seat Ibiza, Mercedes AMG GT.... through various Audi's... Kia?... all the way to number 40 before we see the Velar.

10 March 2017
This would wipe the floor with all that German junk.

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