At least, this is what the British Autocar edition claims. After all, now the Range Rover Velar is the second most unpopular model in the Land Rover and Range Rover lineup. And a total reboot should radically improve sales of this crossover, returning them to the level of the early career of the Range Rover Velar, when the car was wildly popular.

The new Range Rover Velar crossover should also receive a new EMA platform designed exclusively for electric vehicles. Among the features of this platform: a compact built-in battery, the possibility of modular scaling, support for power technology with a voltage of up to 800 volts – the latter promises us “fast charging” with a power of up to 350 kW.

Finally, the new platform should also offer new fuel-efficient electric motors that will allow you to drive up to 4-4.5 miles (6.5-7 km) per 1 kWh of energy. And this promises us a significant increase in the autonomous power reserve, even with the preservation of the current capacity of the batteries. However, probably by 2025, the company will still have time to introduce several interesting technologies for future electric cars. We are waiting!