Range Rover Velar‘s drive is supremely confident, connected and effortlessly delivered thanks to a carefully engineered suite of technologies.

LOW TRACTION CONDITIONS On slippery surfaces, such as wet grass and snow, torque can be balanced between the front and rear wheels to maximise traction. In extreme conditions where only the front wheels have traction, up to 100 percent of engine torque can be distributed to the front wheels for optimum grip.

ALL WHEEL DRIVE WITH INTELLIGENT DRIVELINE DYNAMICS Range Rover Velar’s All Wheel Drive (AWD) with Intelligent Driveline Dynamics (IDD) fitted as standard delivers both outstanding on-road performance and the full off-road capability expected of a Range Rover. Working together, AWD with IDD continually optimises the engine torque distribution to the front and rear wheels to ensure maximum traction and fuel efficiency in all road and weather conditions. Uniquely developed to meet Range Rover Velar’s requirements, the highly durable transfer box uses an electro-mechanically activated multi-plate wet clutch to deliver smooth and precise distribution to the front and rear wheels. This ensures the constant optimisation is imperceptible from the cabin and available engine torque is maximised to give efficient vehicle traction. IDD determines the required distribution by continually monitoring the vehicle and its interaction with the road. Typically starting with a 50:50 distribution to ensure maximum controlled stability from the first vehicle movement, the system has the full capability of 100 percent rear bias to 100 percent front bias should road conditions require it. Predictive, as well as reactive, the system helps prevent losing traction as well as working to regain it.

HIGH TRACTION CONDITIONS On smooth, dry surfaces, Range Rover Velar provides intelligent torque distribution to the rear wheels for the most efficient drive as well as delivering precise agility and handling.

TORQUE VECTORING BY BRAKING Torque Vectoring by Braking delivers controlled, responsive cornering by reducing near-limit understeer through controlled braking of the inside wheels. A Understeer detected B Braking force to inner wheels C Torque to outside wheels maintained D Line corrected





Vehicle shown is R-Dynamic HSE in Silicon Silver with optional panoramic roof, Black contrast roof and 22" 9 split-spoke ‘Style 9007‘ wheels with Diamond Turned finish.


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