New Plug-in Range Rover Revealed

January 30, 2022

48 miles of all-electric driving, “pure” EV coming for 2024!

The New Range Rover has been one of the hottest new car reveals of the season. Since model was launched outside the Royal Opera House in London a few weeks ago, more than two million people have built the Range Rover of their dreams on the company’s online configurator, highlighting the global appeal of what many feel is the original high-end SUV.

The plug-in hybrid version of the New Range Rover carries the P440e, and it’s being offered as an Extended-Range PHEV model that Land Rover estimates will allow 48 miles of electric-only driving – and, although that figure has yet to be certified by the EPA, it’s certainly more than enough to meet the everyday needs of most of Range Rover’s customers.

And, when New Range Rover customers need to go further, the 3.0-liter, turbocharged engine can kick on, giving the luxury SUV a combined 434 hp and a top speed of more than 140 mph.

In addition to all the usual Range Rover features like luxurious leather seating surfaces, full-length sunroof, serious off-road capabilities and advanced on-road safety features, New Range Rover offers an updated infotainment system that helps drivers visualize their energy use, as well as a 50kW DC rapid charging capability. That means customers will be able to charge up from 0 to 80 percent battery capacity in under an hour, making it – according to Land Rover – one of the fastest charging plug-in hybrids available.

The PHEV version of New Range Rover is available now, with US pricing starting at $104,900. A fully electric version is expected to bow in 2024.

Source | Images: Land Rover USA

New Plug-in Range Rover Revealed

January 29, 2022

48 miles of all-electric driving, “pure” EV coming for 2024!

The New Range Rover has been one of the hottest new car reveals of the season. Since model was launched outside the Royal Opera House in London a few weeks ago, more than two million people have built the Range Rover of their dreams on the company’s online configurator, highlighting the global appeal of what many feel is the original high-end SUV.

The plug-in hybrid version of the New Range Rover carries the P440e, and it’s being offered as an Extended-Range PHEV model that Land Rover estimates will allow 48 miles of electric-only driving – and, although that figure has yet to be certified by the EPA, it’s certainly more than enough to meet the everyday needs of most of Range Rover’s customers.

And, when New Range Rover customers need to go further, the 3.0-liter, turbocharged engine can kick on, giving the luxury SUV a combined 434 hp and a top speed of more than 140 mph.

In addition to all the usual Range Rover features like luxurious leather seating surfaces, full-length sunroof, serious off-road capabilities and advanced on-road safety features, New Range Rover offers an updated infotainment system that helps drivers visualize their energy use, as well as a 50kW DC rapid charging capability. That means customers will be able to charge up from 0 to 80 percent battery capacity in under an hour, making it – according to Land Rover – one of the fastest charging plug-in hybrids available.

The PHEV version of New Range Rover is available now, with US pricing starting at $104,900. A fully electric version is expected to bow in 2024.

Source | Images: Land Rover USA

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