Sure, you could order a 2020 Land Rover Range Rover Velar in beige with a tan interior and no options and call it a day, but you probably won’t. The automaker’s long list of optional extras extends well beyond convenience features to help well-heeled buyers make a 2020 Velar that feels as special as its hefty price tag indicates it should be.

We award the Velar 8 out of 10 on account of its good base and optional gear, and its fancy infotainment. It’s not a bargain, but when has a Range Rover ever been about value? 

For around $57,500, the base Velar comes with leather trim, 18-inch wheels, 14-way power-adjustable front seats, Meridian speakers, and a pair of 10.0-inch touchscreens that handle just about every in-vehicle function. 

At the opposite end of the lineup, figure upward of $90,000 for an SVAutobiography that includes an…

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