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This is the next evolution of the Petrol/Electric hybrid car!

Land Rovers 2018 model promises quick plug in charging and Terrain Response 2 technology.

Land Rover have released details of their upcoming 2018 range, showcasing it’s stand out model the P400e PHEV, and if first looks are anything to go by then Land Rover are taking it to the next level.

On releasing the details of the P400e PHEV, Land Rover are promising this model to have 39bhp and 472lb ft. of torque, but the real beauty lies in the 31-mile electric-only range of the vehicle and the rapid 2 hours and 45 minutes charging time.

Land Rover have been working hard to make their new line stand out adding in their Terrain Response 2 technology which distributes torque from the electric motor to all four wheels without any creep speed, giving you greater control during low-speed manoeuvres when off-road.

 First deliveries are expected in Spring and we expect the best deals on the new Range Rover to be found in the Contract Hire and Leasing market. You can call us ‘here’ to get our latest up to date pricing on the new Range Rover and the existing Land Rover range.

The Range Rover will be a brilliant company car leasing option due to the exceptional luxury, all-terrain maneuverability, low 101mpg and low Co2 emissions of just 64g/km. This could end up being the best value for money Land Rover for business.

For more information on leasing a Range Rover check out our Land Rover Page and you can also find our review of the New Range Rover Velar ‘here’ and a link to the Mitsubishi Outlander which is the UK’s most popular PHEV 4x4.
 For more information on Land Rovers 2018 range and the Range Rover P400e PHEV be sure to read the complete article.

The plug-in model, called the P400e PHEV, comes with headline figures of 398bhp and 472lb ft. of torque, along with 101mpg in the NEDC Combined economy cycle and 64g/km of CO2. Range Rover claims an electric-only range of 31 miles, with a rapid charging time of 2 hours and 45 minutes.

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Posted on 21st November 2017 at 10:46 AM

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