Jaguar Land Rover has confirmed pricing and performance figures for the Extended-Range plug-in hybrid versions of the new Range Rover.
Marking the first time the 53-year-tenured Range Rover will be available as a plug-in hybrid, electrified versions of the fifth generation off-roader include the P440e and the more powerful P510e. Both ‘Extended-Range’ models are said to be capable of up to 133 km of pure electric running, an increase on the predicted 100 km stated on the model’s debut last October.
Both variants also offer 50kW DC rapid charging, meaning up to 80 per cent of the battery can be restored inside an hour.
The drivetrain meanwhile is identical, with both the P440e and P510e incorporating Land Rover’s 3.0-litre ‘Ingenium’ six-cylinder engine with a 105 kW electric motor and a 38kWh lithium-ion battery. 440 hp and 457 lb-ft of torque is readily available in the P440e, though increased output from the V6 means the P510e boasts a feistier 510 hp and 516 lb-ft of torque.
Top speeds max out at 225 km/h for the P440e and 242 km/h for the P510e, while the latter’s 5.5-second 0-100 kph sprint time beats the former by half a second.
Prices for the Extended-Range Plug-in Hybrid start from £103,485 (around $176,000) in the UK, though North American pricing has yet to be confirmed.
Land Rover has also confirmed that the first 100 per cent EV Range Rover – “the first in a series of all-electric Land Rovers” – will debut in 2024, with every model on its line-up set to be available “with pure-electric propulsion” by 2030. Jaguar Land Rover’s ‘Reimagine’ electrification strategy also includes the goal of becoming carbon neutral across its products, operations and supply chain by 2039.