Every aspect of PHEV design has been carefully considered, such as the integration of the charging port into the front grille, providing easy connection and access for connecting the cable without compromising Range Rover's iconic design.
PHEV vehicles enjoy the same levels of refinement as every other Range Rover. The materials are premium. The finish, exemplary. And such technologies as Touch Pro Duo and Interactive Driver Display.
It takes as little as 7.5 hours to recharge the vehicle depending on your local power supply using a home charging cable. By using Timed Charging to specify when PHEV charges, you can take advantage of off-peak electricity tariffs or simply choose the time of day convenient to you.
Integrated within Touch Pro Duo and the Interactive Driver Display, this feature tells you how efficiently you're driving and gives you real-time data about how the electric motor is working alongside the conventional combustion engine.
When in EV mode, the engine delivers zero tailpipe emissions on drives of up to 31 miles. On longer journeys, both motors work together to produce truly impressive figures of less than 64g/km CO2 emissions. This ensures greater fuel savings and a reduced impact on the environment.
You can pre-heat or, uniquely to PHEV, pre-cool the cabin before you get into the vehicle without starting the engine, making life that bit more comfortable.
Working in conjunction with InControl, PHEV owners will be able to see charging points highlighted on the given route. The system also details the most efficient routes accounting for both gradient and terrain. This is all shown on the upper Touchscreen.
Our quietest Range Rover yet, PHEV ensures seamless transition between the petrol engine and electric motor, delivering optimal refinement and adding to the sense of serenity within the interior space.
PHEV's electric motor delivers instant torque for the ultimate responsive engine. Combining a 300hp Si4 Ingenium Petrol engine with an 85kW electric motor it delivers 404hp and 0-60 mph in just 6.3 seconds for the Range Rover Sport and 6.4 seconds in the Range Rover. With a a top speed of 137 mph - the Range Rover Sport delivers a better performance than a V6 Supercharged.