1969 Range Rover Velar Prototype

Not many prototype cars become production models. Even fewer do so nearly five decades after they're first unveiled. Yet that's the case with this 1969 Range Rover Velar Prototype. Technically, it served as the predecessor to the original Range Rover Classic. But the moniker was mothballed for decades until being resurrected for the company's latest SUV. As you'd expect, there's not a lot in common between the modern incarnation and this one — except an uncompromising driving experience both on and off the road.

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