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Discover The Land Rover Electric and Hybrid Range



Range Rover


The Range Rover PHEV uses a 2.0-litre petrol engine an electric motor, which together produce 399bhp, allowing acceleration of 0-62mph in 6.4 seconds. As well being able to achieve up to 101mpg, up to 25 miles on pure electric and up to 64g/km of CO2. 

The PHEV only adds to the sense of versatility and luxury of the Range Rover, with a near silent driving experience and instant torque available. 

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Range Rover


Land Rover Discovery Sport PHEV

Hybrid Technology


Land Rover's mild hybrid (MHEV) engine technology intelligently recovers energy that would normally be lost when slowing down. The energy is stored in an underfloor battery so it can be reused to boost engine power to increase performance and allow engine off coasting to increase fuel efficiency and lower emissions. The engine technology can be found in all of Land Rover's range. 


Land Rover's plug-in-hybrid (PHEV) engine technology features a petrol engine and much larger battery with an electric motor specifically to allow the car to drive on electric power alone. The powerful petrol engine and electric motor combine to give you optimum performance and efficiency.

Different driving modes adapt to the driving conditions, in EV mode the car drives purely on electric power for efficiency and refinement, hybrid mode combines the engine and electric motor. The battery can be charged by plugging the car in and via regenerative braking which captures the energy normally lost whilst braking. 

Land Rover PHEV Cars: 
  • Discovery Sport- 34 mile electric range
  • Evoque - 34 mile electric range
  • Range Rover- 25 mile electric range
  • Range Rover Sport - 25 mile electric range
  • Velar - 33 mile electric range
  • Defender - 27 mile electric range


Land Rover Discovery Sport


The Discovery Sport's versatility is increased further with the PHEV drivetrain. Using a 1.5 litre three-cylinder petrol engine and 107bhp electric motor the Discovery Sport PHEV produces a total of 304bhp. 0-60mph is completed in 6.2 seconds whilst up to 135mpg is achievable and up to 34 miles on electric power alone. 

The PHEV drivetrain combines the benefits of a conventionally powered car with the efficiency and emission free driving of an electric motor.

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Land Rover Discovery Sport


Plug-in Hybrid Models

Discover the range of plug-in hybrids which combine petrol or diesel powertrains with a HV Battery and electric motor. With hybrid mode providing efficiency and electric mode for emission-free driving.