In a Land Rover plug-in electric hybrid (PHEV), more than 70 years of capability and composure are complemented with the elegance and immediacy of electric power.
It’s a combination that adds a new level of sustainable luxury to the vehicles you trust to take you anywhere. And it doesn’t mean less power. Just fewer visits to the fuel station.
The instant torque from the electric side of a Land Rover electric hybrid is used to enhance already extraordinary capability on slippery slopes and challenging rock crawls1.
When it comes to negotiating streams and flooded roads, our latest electric hybrids – like all Land Rovers – can submerge up to a maximum depth of between 500mm and 900mm dependent on model2. Ramp and departure angles remain uncompromised.
|Vehicle||Maximum towing capacity3||Caravan (1,300 - 1,800kg)3||Horsebox and horse (1,200 - 1,700kg)3||Motorboat and trailer (1,600 - 2,000 kg)3|
|Range Rover electric hybrid||3,000kg||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Range Rover Sport electric hybrid||3,000kg||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Range Rover Velar electric hybrid||2,000kg||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Range Rover Evoque electric hybrid||1,600kg||Up to 1,600kg||Up to 1,600kg||No|
|Discovery Sport electric hybrid||1,600kg||Up to 1,600kg||Up to 1,600kg||No|
|Defender electric hybrid||3,000kg||Yes||Yes||Yes|
The weight of a family-sized caravan (4-6 people), medium-sized horsebox with one horse, and a medium-sized motorboat and trailer are representative examples only.
Off-road sequences on private/dedicated land with full permissions.
1Off-roading and low range use will substantially affect EV range.
2Always check route and exit before wading.
3Subject to driver holding required driving licence category.