Range Rover has announced full details of their facelift changes for 2018, including a Plug-in and a power hike for the high-performance SVR model.
The new ‘P400e should achieve 101 mpg, while producing 64 g/km CO2. This makes the SUV the first plug-in hybrid Land Rover has ever built.
As well as being efficient it’s also quick, the 2.0 petrol combined with the electric motor produces 404hp, propelling the three ton SUV to 62 in 6.7 seconds.
Those who travel short distances will be able to run on battery power alone for up to 31 miles, meaning the petrol engine would never even needed to be fired up.
Other changes to the 2018 Sport include improved infotainment, interior and off-road technology.
The move has been expected for a while, after Jaguar Land Rover pledged to offer at least one electric version of every model line they produce by 2020.
Pricing for the Range Rover Sport P400e starts at £70,800 for the HSE, rising up to £84,400 for the Autobiography Dynamic.
0-62mph (0-100kmh): 6.7 Seconds
Top Speed: 137mph
CO2 g/km: 64
Price From: £70,800