Range Rover Velar review: A handsome slab of British luxury
I’m not a fan of SUVs. I think they’re big and cumbersome. They hog the road and barely squeeze down narrow roads. They consume too much fuel, they’re not much fun to drive, and of course they cost much more than something sensible like a hatchback.
But then I climb up into the new Land Rover Range Rover Velar, sit down on my plush leather throne, push the start button, and all of those concerns just melt away. Maybe that’s why SUVs are so popular right now; perhaps there are millions of people out there who hate SUVs until they actually sit in one.
Source: Ars Technica