The new Range Rover P440e ‘Extended-Range’ Plug-in Hybrid has 70 miles of electric range, which equates to emissions of 18g/km CO2.
There’s also a Range Rover SV with a P510e PHEV powertrain, and for the first time in a Range Rover, seven-seat interiors are available.
Land Rover says that the real-world all-electric range will be 54 miles, which means that typical Range Rover customers will be able to complete 75 per cent of their journeys using the pure-electric power alone.
The new Range Rover is also one of the few PHEVs to offer 50kW DC rapid charging capability and can charge up to 80 per cent in under an hour, making it one of the fastest charging plug-in hybrids.
The most powerful P510e plug-in hybrid powertrain has a combination of a 38kWh lithium-ion battery, 105kW electric motor and 3.0-litre six-cylinder Ingenium engine, giving a 0-62mph time of 5.6 seconds.
There’s the choice of four, five and seven-seat interiors across Standard and Long Wheelbase body designs.
The new Range Rover is available in SE, HSE and Autobiography models, with an exclusive First Edition available during the first year of production.
The new Range Rover will become the first in a series of all-electric Land Rovers when the 100 per cent electric model debuts in 2024, with every Land Rover set to be available with pure-electric propulsion by the end of the decade – helping Jaguar Land Rover achieve net zero carbon across its products, operations and supply chain by 2039 as part of its Reimagine strategy.
The new Range Rover is available to order now from £103,485 in the UK. The new Range Rover SV is available in SWB from £146,200.