The British-made Land Rover had its origins as a derivative of the popular WW2-era Jeep. Like Jeep, the Land Rover was originally available as a single model, but its name has grown to include a range of vehicles. Land Rovers are typically luxuriously appointed, yet competent off-road. The lineup ranges from the compact Evoque to the prestigious Range Rover. Land Rover is owned by India-based Tata Motors.
For many, the way a car performs is a key criterion for which car to purchase. Our Velocity Index helps determine which vehicles are the best all-around performers taking in to consideration a balance of factors such as acceleration and handling. A higher number is better.
|Land Rover Range Rover Sport||55-69|
|Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Coupe||57|
|Land Rover Range Rover Evoque||57|
|Land Rover Range Rover||47-56|
|Land Rover Discovery||53-56|
|Land Rover Discovery Sport||52|
|Land Rover Range Rover Evoque convertible||48|
|Land Rover Range Rover Velar||TBD|
Note: Bar graphs denote the composite performance for the model. "*" indicates models with incomplete data.
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