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Range Rover Velar Dances With Wolves


Land Rover is launching their Range Rover Velar to North America and they would like you to know that one of the vehicle’s attributes is the ability to intimidate wolves – or, at the very least, trained barking canines meant to impersonate wolves in the wild – though it is not made clear how much this extra wolf-intimidation option will cost.

The Range Rover Velar starts at $49,000 – without the wolf-intimidation option, obviously – and is supposed to slot into the Range Rover lineup between the Range Rover Evoque and Range Rover Sport.

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