The Range Rover Velar has been voted the most beautiful car in the world

You can call them Britons classic, they stick to old traditions for too long, laugh at their striped suits with sockop holders and still think that a bowler hat is quite timeless. Or they blame that they still do not recognize euros, what we do not say all over Europe and that they also drive to the left of disaster. Although we have to admit to the latter that they are not unique in that. But one thing you can never blame them, and that is that they can not design beautiful cars. Because in that area they are unique.
Let’s first mention the Mini, a British style icon that is almost impossible to beat. But if we really raise the bar we come to Jaguar and Land Rover . The British outside category. They seem to have been bothered with disruption for a while. Until somewhere a new designstyle was born. When we just skipped from the past to last year, the Jaguar F-Pace was almost there from scratch, which was rightly proclaimed World Car Design of the Year at the New York International Auto Show. Applause for Jaguar, because that is a prize that you will not win every year.
And then somewhere in the same year, on the 8 e day, Land Rover created the Range Rover Velar. A car to be quiet. A car where once you’re behind the wheel you do not want to get out anymore. Modern, unprecedented design and luxury, too big for garages from the last century, with its own category where only the most beautiful and best cars dare to enter the competition. That Range Rover Velar is today voted the most beautiful car in the world during the 2018 edition of the aforementioned election. Now we can write a book about how great that Velar is, but you can look at it much more comfortably to understand it a bit.
By the time you start bouncing, we recommend you just take a look at a dealer. Do take ice cubes with you because you’re sure to get it hot.

The Range Rover Velar kept the Volvo XC60 and Lexus LC 500 behind them in the election of ‘World Car Design of the Year’. The winner was chosen by the international jury of 82 influential motorists from 24 countries. The Velar is positioned between the Range Rover Evoque and Range Rover Sport. The SUV is available with a choice of six engine variants, ranging from four and six cylinder petrol and diesel versions with outputs ranging from 132 kW (180 hp) to 279 (380 hp).