Range Rover Sport P400e

Oct 5, 2017

Category: Rides

In line with their efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, Jaguar Land Rover’s Range Rover Sport P400e marks the first step toward their goal of electrifying all post-2020 production vehicles. Needless to say, this is an exciting release that marks a shifting paradigm for luxury vehicles.

As the first model of it’s kind for Jaguar Land Rover, under the hood here is a 296 hp 2-liter four-cylinder engine along with a 114 hp electric motor that delivers the ride from a standstill to 60mph in 6.3 seconds on its way to a max speed of 137 mph. This power plant also offers a full electric range of up to 31 miles, two driving modes depending on driving needs, and upwards of 472 ft-lbs of torque. A full charge can also be reached in under 3 hours and inside the vehicle lies an all-new Touch Pro Duo infotainment system that Jaguar Land Rover claims to be their most advanced to date. Additionally, pixel-laser LED headlights, advanced tow assist, and a gesture sunblind help keeps the sun out of your eyes when driving during those golden hours. Available next year.

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