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New Range Rover and Range Rover Sport Plug-in Hybrids | Why Oslo shines as a beacon of electric mobility | Uncovering Mia Suki’s unbridled passion | How Project Hero is optimising crisis response for the Austrian Red Cross | A stunning Norwegian drive in the Range Rover Velar


THE THE NEW NEW RANGE ROVER VELAR NO NO HEADLINE REQUIRED Official Official fuel consumption fuel consumption figures figures for the for Range the Range Rover Rover Velar Velar range range in mpg in (I/100km): mpg (I/100km): Urban Urban 22.2 – 22.2 45.6 –(12.7 45.6 (12.7 – 6.2); – Extra 6.2); Extra Urban Urban 37.7 – 37.7 57.7 –(7.5 57.7 –(7.5 4.9); – 4.9); Combined Combined 30.1 – 30.1 52.5 –(9.4 52.5 –(9.4 5.4). – CO 5.4). 2 Emissions CO 2 Emissions 214 – 214 142 – g/km. 142 g/km. Official Official EU test EU figures. test figures. For comparison For comparison purposes purposes only. Real only. world Real world figures figures may differ. may differ.


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Onelife - May 2019


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The figures provided are as a result of official manufacturer's tests in accordance with EU legislation. A vehicle's actual fuel consumption may differ from that achieved in such tests and these figures are for comparative purposes only.