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PostPosted: Fri Mar 10, 2017 7:13 pm    Post subject: Here's the new RR Velar (on the road)  Reply with quote

Wonderful spot (well, couldn't miss it) parked at Sainsburys in Rugby this evening, this prototype Velar in all it's production form glory

It's a handsome purposeful British brute, very stylish and the interior is as good as any on sale today, love the screen above the heating controls

Definitely a first purchase on a Lottery win, even over its larger brother.








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PostPosted: Fri Mar 10, 2017 7:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

White doesn't do the rear overhang any favours.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 10, 2017 7:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Parked by a cunt. Rather apt.

That really is the worst looking car they make. Every detail offends my eyes. The interior is nice enough, provided one avoids the baby shit brown that one has, but the exterior is a mess. What's with that extra black stripe running around the lower extremities?
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 10, 2017 7:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Oh God, those wheels are shite.

White doesn't do it any favours either. Makes it look too bloated.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 10, 2017 8:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

the front design on the Geneva show cars have more horizontal appendages to the front bumper http://www.km77.com/fotos/Land_Ro...ryLimit=99&galleryBackLimit=8 which does make the car more attractive as this with a much plainer front design is still handsome but the sportier looks works so much better.

Agree the wheels are awful and white does look bad, but in grey with part-grey alloys and that will look just superb
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 10, 2017 8:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

In a darker colour and different wheels, it will look great.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 10, 2017 8:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Is it any smaller than a RRS? I don't see a great deal of difference.

There aren't many big 4x4's which can carry white gracefully.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 10, 2017 8:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Think JLR are pinching sales off themselves-talk about line-up congestion!
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Not seeing handsome there unfortunately. Looks stretched.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 10, 2017 8:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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In a darker colour and different wheels, it will look great.


I agree.  Looking forward to seeing one of these in the metal.  Good spot, Nelson!
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 10, 2017 10:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nelson wrote:
the front design on the Geneva show cars have more horizontal appendages to the front bumper http://www.km77.com/fotos/Land_Ro...ryLimit=99&galleryBackLimit=8 which does make the car more attractive as this with a much plainer front design is still handsome but the sportier looks works so much better.

Agree the wheels are awful and white does look bad, but in grey with part-grey alloys and that will look just superb


Just had a quick look at RR's website and their configurator. Seems this is the base model and the R-Dynamic and First Editions come with the more striking front end. Going to have a play on the configurator now
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It does not look great to me, I reckon they have stretched the look a bit too much.  Time for differentiation rather than the corporate smirk.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 10, 2017 11:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great spot but its bloody hard to miss in that spec. I'll reserve judgement until I see one in a more subtle shade.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 10, 2017 11:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Looks like the book has already been written, and the TV series;





Utterly vile, although if it's USP is to make sure the RRSport isn't the wankiest SUV on the market then it's at least had some success. Still, you can't blame JLR, while there are special people who buy this sort of shit then why not cash in.
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I had a play on the configurator last night and the Velar is more expensive than the Sport (LFL spec) on a PCP
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Looks like the book has already been written, and the TV series;



Utterly vile




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PostPosted: Sat Mar 11, 2017 8:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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What's with that extra black stripe running around the lower extremities?

Helps to disguise the height and   also makes it look longer.

Great spot, Nelson
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Horrible.
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What's with that extra black stripe running around the lower extremities?

Helps to disguise the height and   also makes it look longer.


It doesn't need to look longer, it's huge!
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I like that, probably wouldn't have it in white, however I think it looks fantastic.

I love the dash.

Where exactly does it sit in the RR range?
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Chris M Wanted a V-10 wrote:
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What's with that extra black stripe running around the lower extremities?

Helps to disguise the height and   also makes it look longer.


It doesn't need to look longer, it's huge!


The rear overhang is huge, a big JLR issue on recent models, it's not huge overall.  It's only F Pace size.
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It's probably because it's so badly parked. On the piss, outside the lines and three foot of ugly car sticking out the back. Still dwarfs the Leon next door, though...

Still can't believe how hideous it is, it looks like a boat with wheels stuck on it!
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Was there a baby/toddler seat in the back?
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That's lovely. I'd definitely have one.
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Humphrey The Pug wrote:
I like that, probably wouldn't have it in white, however I think it looks fantastic.

I love the dash.

Where exactly does it sit in the RR range?


Above the Evoque and below the RR Sport and full fat RR.
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What's with the wanky black D pillar?
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All the pillars are black.
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All the pillars are black.


Yep and that's the way to do it, not like the Jaguar XJ which has just the rear most pillar in black, which looks just odd.
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What's with the wanky black D pillar?


As the 'floating roof' has been a Range Rover styling feature for over 40 years I presume you are talking about something else? The execution maybe?
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The fact that it doesn't line up with the window line and it looks massively out of place?
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All the pillars are black.


Yep and that's the way to do it, not like the Jaguar XJ which has just the rear most pillar in black, which looks just odd.


Jag has b, c and d in black which could look good if it didn't also have chrome window trim!
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The fact that it doesn't line up with the window line and it looks massively out of place?


Look at the spoiler  
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That's a brilliant looking car. Makes the Sport look very fussy though.
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This, plus the new XC-60; is "The age of the Long Bonnet" with us again?
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I'm another that thinks that will look great in a darker colour.
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I'm another that thinks that will look great in a darker colour.


Exactly that. It would look great in a lovely dark green.
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That's challenging!

Didn't realise they were out already.
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It does say Prototype Vehicle on it...
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 13, 2017 1:46 pm    Post subject: Re: Here's the new RR Velar (on the road) Reply with quote

Nelson wrote:
Wonderful spot (well, couldn't miss it) parked at Sainsburys in Rugby this evening, this prototype Velar in all it's production form glory

Great spot!


Nelson wrote:

Definitely a first purchase on a Lottery win, even over its larger brother.


I think you've nailed the target demographic. This has chavtastic lottery winner written over it in foot-high letters.
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I can only see Prototype vehicle written in 36pt text on the front and rear. Then again I see a nice looking car, too.
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I think you've nailed the target demographic. This has chavtastic lottery winner written over it in foot-high letters.


I hope my BMW doesn't have "No.1 Paperclip salesman" written all over it. As I'm sure you are too.
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Nelson wrote:
Wonderful spot (well, couldn't miss it) parked at Sainsburys in Rugby this evening, this prototype Velar in all it's production form glory

Great spot!


Nelson wrote:

Definitely a first purchase on a Lottery win, even over its larger brother.


I think you've nailed the target demographic. This has chavtastic lottery winner written over it in foot-high letters.


Second hand chariot for wrong 'uns as well.
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Racing Teatray wrote:
Nelson wrote:
Wonderful spot (well, couldn't miss it) parked at Sainsburys in Rugby this evening, this prototype Velar in all it's production form glory

Great spot!


Nelson wrote:

Definitely a first purchase on a Lottery win, even over its larger brother.


I think you've nailed the target demographic. This has chavtastic lottery winner written over it in foot-high letters.


Second hand chariot for wrong 'uns as well.


"Purchased" from Honest John...
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Bob Sacamano wrote:
Racing Teatray wrote:


I think you've nailed the target demographic. This has chavtastic lottery winner written over it in foot-high letters.


I hope my BMW doesn't have "No.1 Paperclip salesman" written all over it. As I'm sure you are too.


Mine had "Paperclip Sales Director" written on it, but I insisted they remove it, along with the tacky M badges.
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Bob Sacamano wrote:
Racing Teatray wrote:


I think you've nailed the target demographic. This has chavtastic lottery winner written over it in foot-high letters.


I hope my BMW doesn't have "No.1 Paperclip salesman" written all over it. As I'm sure you are too.


Mine had "Paperclip Sales Director" written on it, but I insisted they remove it, along with the tacky M badges.


I tug my forelock in your general direction Herr Director.  
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Being an excellent seller of paperclips is nothing to be too proud of!
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Racing Teatray wrote:


I think you've nailed the target demographic. This has chavtastic lottery winner written over it in foot-high letters.


I hope my BMW doesn't have "No.1 Paperclip salesman" written all over it. As I'm sure you are too.


I don't drive a diesel....
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Bob Sacamano wrote:
Racing Teatray wrote:


I think you've nailed the target demographic. This has chavtastic lottery winner written over it in foot-high letters.


I hope my BMW doesn't have "No.1 Paperclip salesman" written all over it. As I'm sure you are too.


I don't drive a diesel....


You don't get out of it that easily, all my paperclip colleagues inside the M25 and congestion zones are buying petrol now. Big multi-cylinder petrols. 2 door multi cylinder petrols because they don't have girlfriends.
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Racing Teatray wrote:
Bob Sacamano wrote:
Racing Teatray wrote:


I think you've nailed the target demographic. This has chavtastic lottery winner written over it in foot-high letters.


I hope my BMW doesn't have "No.1 Paperclip salesman" written all over it. As I'm sure you are too.


I don't drive a diesel....


You don't get out of it that easily, all my paperclip colleagues inside the M25 and congestion zones are buying petrol now. Big multi-cylinder petrols. 2 door multi cylinder petrols because they don't have girlfriends.


Mine has four doors...because I have a wife...


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