Plug-In Hybrid Overview

The plug-in hybrid option is becoming increasingly popular, offering a dynamic driving experience while significantly reducing emissions. Revolutionary and cutting-edge, it ensures you don’t have to compromise between power and efficiency.

​Range Rover PHEV

Every single aspect of the Range Rover PHEV has been carefully considered. The model’s iconic design has been retained, yet subtle additions make it unique. A charging port, for example, has been integrated into the front grille, providing an easy connection to your wallbox or a public charging station. 

When you’re in EV mode, you’ll be able to cover up to 51km with no tailpipe emissions at all. If you’re embarking on a longer journey, you’ll enjoy exceptional fuel economy – from 2.8l/100km – as well as CO2 emissions as low as 64g/km, meaning you’ll save money as well as keeping an eye on the environment. The SUV itself only needs 7.5 hours in order to recharge, and if you use timed charges, you can easily take advantage of off-peak tariffs.

​Range Rover Sport PHEV

Sporty design meets impressive performance in the new Range Rover Sport PHEV. The addition of an electric motor to the powertrain increases the output to a heady 404PS, with instantly available torque that means the model can sprint from 0-100km/h in only 6.7 seconds. If you’re travelling in town, the 51km all-electric range will more than suffice, while emissions of just 64g/km keep things clean.  

Hybrid technology

Both models benefit from a range of PHEV-specific technology. The transition between electric-only and hybrid mode is seamless, and near-silent performance at low speeds increases the refinement in the cabin. There’s also the option to pre-condition the cabin before you set out, while still retaining the full EV range.

Other technology includes Touch-Pro Duo with Interactive Driver Display, which tells you how efficiently you are driving and gives you real-time performance data.

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