Range Rover will be adding multiple hybrid variants to its SUV lineup in the near future.
In recent weeks, Land Rover has been spied testing both the Range Rover Sport and Evoque models with a plug-in hybrid powertrain, and now the regular Range Rover has been caught. Despite the Range Rover getting a facelift late last year, the plug-in version will have a few changes in order to differentiate it from the standard models.
Those changes won’t be drastic, but you can expect slight differences in the headlights and tail lights, along with a different front bumper and possibly a modified grille.
Like many other automakers, Land Rover is investing into plug-in hybrid variants for its models to increase efficiency across its lineup. Expect the standard Range Rover plug-in hybrid to also offer a short all-electric range.
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