fragment design Teases Upcoming Range Rover Velar Unveiling

Hiroshi Fujiwara and company are producing the premiere of the automaker’s “most refined SUV.”

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Japanese designer Hiroshi Fujiwara has revealed that he and his team at fragment design will be taking a lead role in designing the latest model of the Range Rover Velar. The British automobile maker announced on YouTube that it will be hosting a special event in Tokyo to show off the new model on July 11. With not much information given out in the video, it remains unclear as to how the fragment design model will differ from the Velar’s base model, which has only been on the market since March.

While it may come as a surprise to some, this isn’t the first time Land Rover has collaborated with someone outside of the automobile business. Just last month, the company unveiled a special edition watch made in partnership with Zenith to commemorate the release of the Range Rover Velar.

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