As the market for electrified vehicles continues to grow, a new range of all-electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles are entering the space. The Range Rover design is a prime example of one such vehicle.
The 2020 Land Rover Range Rover P400e is the first Land Rover to offer 19 miles of electric-only range, making it better for environmentally conscious consumers.
The SUV looks like a normal Range Rover, can drive just like a normal Range Rover, and offers the same ride and performance as the gas-only variants.
Some people believe this $5,000 premium over a base Range Rover is worth it for anyone who needs to commute through city traffic and park for a few hours of work or lunch.
Though there are other considerations, those with a very short work commute will be able to get the benefits of owning an HSE Land Rover.
As a car, the Range Rover P400e is definitely not your ordinary plug-in electric. There’s a lot to like here, but not enough to convince everyone that this is the right choice for their next vehicle.
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2020 Land Rover Range Rover HSE P400e
- ENGINE:Turbocharged 2.0-Liter I4
- MOTOR:Single Permanent-Magnet
- OUTPUT:398 Horsepower / 472 Pound-Feet
- TRANSMISSION:Eight-Speed Automatic
- DRIVE TYPE:Four-Wheel Drive
- BATTERY:13.1 kWh Lithium-Ion
- EFFICIENCY:42 MPGe Combined / 19 MPG Combined
- EV RANGE:19 Miles
- WEIGHT:5,515 Pounds
- SEATING CAPACITY:5
- TOWING:5,511 Pounds
- CARGO VOLUME:21.1 / 59.0 Cubic-Feet
- BASE PRICE:$95,950