The upcoming Range Rover Sport plug-in hybrid has been spied with styling that’s distinct from its gas-only sibling.
It’s common for automakers to give their electrified variants some unique accents to show off their eco-friendliness and the Range Rover Sport will be no different. Spy photographers have caught a prototype testing in northern Sweden and there are some slight changes hiding underneath the camouflage. Compared to the regular Range Rover Sport, the plug-in hybrid version will have different bumpers and headlights.
Interestingly the British automaker also covered up the interior, suggesting that some changes will be happening inside the cabin as well. Spy photographers said the area from the front windshield to the rear seat headrests was concealed.
Expect a four-cylinder engine to be combined with an electric motor for the Range Rover Sport plug-in hybrid. The SUV will also likely have a short all-electric range.
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