Interior Range Rover P400/autocar.co.uk
The Range Rover P400e is the greenest model in the Range Rover line-up, and joint greenest in the Land Rover range alongside the identically powered Range Rover Sport P400e. The ability to cover a decent number of miles on electric power only means the P400e can be extremely green over shorter journeys.
Regenerative braking is pitched well in terms of trade-off between regen strength and coasting. There are options for the driver to select electric mode, save the battery’s charge, or let the car balance power in hybrid mode. To charge, the Range Rover is fitted with a 7.2 KW on-board charger for faster topping up than many PHEVs. This will charge the 13.1 kWh battery in less than three hours when connected to a fast charge point, and is plugged in to the inlet sited behind the right-hand section of the car’s grille.