Exciting news for Range Rover enthusiasts! Starting in the 2024 model year, the iconic SUV will exclusively offer hybrid engines. In addition, there will be enhanced plug-in hybrids and a brand new V8 alternative. Stay tuned for more updates on this exciting development.
The latest update for the P440e and P510e models includes a new electric motor that provides an additional 215 bhp, resulting in a total output of 454 bhp and 542 bhp, respectively. The PHEVs have recently been rebranded as the P460e and P550e.
With the recent upgrade, the P550e now boasts an impressive 0–60 mph sprint time of 4.8 seconds, a notable improvement from its predecessor, the P510e, which clocked in at 5.2 seconds. The upgrade has resulted in an increase in the official electric-only range to 75 miles. However, in real-world conditions, the range is estimated to be around 59 miles.
Similarly, the P615, boasts an impressive output of 607 bhp and 553 lb-ft. The P530 variant has also undergone a mild-hybrid upgrade, resulting in an improved fuel efficiency rating of 25.0 mpg compared to its previous 24.3 mpg.
As for the interior, the MY2024 Range Rover now comes equipped with JLR's latest 13.1-inch Pivi Pro touchscreen infotainment system. This system is designed to make accessing functions quick and easy. Adaptive cruise control may now be used on curving country roads thanks to the new Country Road Assist technology, which automatically accounts for curves and variations in the limit while setting the desired speed. The base price of a brand new Range Rover is £103,720.