The prices of the new upcoming Range Rover Plug-In Hybrid have been listed on Land Rover’s India website. The PHEV versions of the car will start at Rs 2.61 crore (ex-showroom) and will go up to Rs 4.15 crore (ex-showroom) for the top-rung SV model.
The listed prices on the websites make the new upcoming Range Rover Plug-In Hybrid the most expensive plug-in hybrid car to go on sale in India. The Range Rover PHEV will arrive in both standard and long-wheelbase versions. It will be powered by the brand’s 3.0-litre Ingenium six-cylinder petrol engine, which will work in tandem with a 38.2kWh battery pack and a 105kW electric motor.
The new Range Rover PHEV will be available in two variants – P440e and P510e. Both versions will be powered by the aforementioned combination of engine and electric motor. The key difference will be in their output figures – the P440e will develop 435bhp and 620Nm, while the more powerful P510e will output 503bhp and 700Nm.
The car will also be capable of running on just electricity for up to 113km (WLTP-rated) or 88km in the real world. The battery pack will support up to 50kW DC fast charging and will be able to get from 0 to 80% in under one hour.
The long-wheelbase version of the car will only come with the P440e powertrain. The car will be available in five different variants, including the SE, HSE, Autobiography, First Edition, and SV. While the first four variants will arrive with both PHEV options and both body styles, the SV will be available solely with the standard wheelbase and the more powerful PHEV powertrain.