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Overview:

Mileage: 110
Trans: Automatic
Body: Estate
Year: 18/18
Colour: Premium metallic - Carpathian grey
Fuel Type: Petrol/PlugIn Elec Hybrid

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Key Features

Reference Number: 0LB-506551

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Specification

"We are pleased to present this stunning 18 Plate (New Shape) Range Rover Sport with a Dynamic Pack 2.0 P400e PHEV (404). YES, YOU ARE READING THIS RIGHT, ITS A PLUG IN HYBRID ELECTRIC VEHICLE AND ITS AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. This vehicle is finished in Carpathian Grey Premium Metallic with Ebony / Eclipse Leather Interior and has a host of upgrades including 21 inch 5 Split Spoke Style 5085 Diamond Turned Alloy Wheels, Heads Up Display, A Sliding Panoramic Sunroof, Black Contrast Roof, Drive pack Pro which includes Blind spot Assist, Adaptive Cruise control with Stop and Go, High Speed Emergency Braking and Lane Keeps assist, Surround Camera System, Leisure Activity Key, Privacy Glass and the Grand Black Veneer finisher, Heated and Cooled Front Seats with Heated Rear Seats, Front Centre Console Refrigerator Compartment, Three-zone Climate Control, Garage Door Opener (Homelink) and a CD/DVD player…..THIS IS A ONE OF A KIND CAR THAT YOU DO NOT WANT TO MISS!!!!!!! WHY NOT ASK FOR A PERSONALISED VIDEO??"

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Specification
Body Glass
Heated windscreen
Rear wash/wipe
Laminated windscreen
Heated rear window
Electric front/rear windows/one touch operation
Remote window closing
Heated washer jets
Door/quarter lights in toughened plate glass
Rain sensor windscreen wipers
Laminated front side windows
Twin speed transfer box
Brakes
Auto locking differential
Electronic traction control
Hill descent control
DSC - Dynamic Stability Control
CBC - (Cornering brake control)
Electronic parking brake
ABS + EBD + EBA
Roll stability control
Trailer stability assist
Torque vectoring brake
Chassis/Suspension
Adaptive dynamics
Electronic air suspension
Terrain response 2 Dynamic program
Communication
Bluetooth telephone connection
InControl secure
Driver Aids
Rear cross traffic alert
Rear park distance control
Speed sensitive power steering
Low traction launch
Driver Convenience
Electric gesture tailgate/boot lid
Push button starter
Mist sensor
Driver Information
Trip computer
Dual view touch screen
TFT Virtual Instrument Panel
Navigation pro system with 10" touch screen, app interface and media storage
Pro services and wifi hotspot
Driving Mirrors
Auto dimming rear view mirror
Electric heated, adjustable, folding door mirrors with memory + approach lamp
Engine
Engine cover
Entertainment
DAB Digital radio
USB/aux input socket
Bluetooth audio streaming
InControl protect
Exterior Body Features
Autobiography badge
Twin bright tailpipes
Illuminated Aluminium Tread Plates with Range Rover lettering
Body coloured side sills and bumpers
Exterior Lights
Front fog lights
LED rear lamps
Follow me home headlights
Adaptive brake lights
Automatic headlights
Heating/Cooling/Ventilation
Pollen filter
Auto air recirculation
Climate control memory
Interior Features
Rear centre armrest
Glovebox
Driver's footrest
Front door storage bin
Front stowage pocket
Roller blind loadspace cover
Three 12V accessory power outlets
Front and rear cupholders
Sports pedals
Front/rear passenger grab handles
Centre armrest with cubby box
Reach/rake electric adjustable steering column + entry/exit tilt away
Multifunction steering wheel
Bright metal foot pedals
Leather steering wheel with Atlas inserts
Clear Exit Monitor
Interior Lights
Configurable Ambient interior lighting
Luggage compartment lighting
Front map lights
Packs
Extended leather pack - Range Rover Sport
InControl connect Pack - Range Rover Sport
Safety
Front seatbelt pretensioners
Height adjustable front seatbelts
Front side airbags
Seatbelt warning
3 point seatbelts on all seats
Dual stage Driver/Passenger Airbags
Curtain airbags
Tyre pressure monitoring system
Auto lock system when vehicle in motion
Electric child locks
Seats
Front seat back map pockets
Isofix child seat preparation
60/40 Split fold rear seat/load through facility
2 way active front head restraints
2 way rear head restraints
Security
Intrusion sensor
Locking wheel nuts
Remote locking
Perimetric and volumetric anti theft alarm
Keyless entry
Immobiliser
Transmission
Electronic differential lock
Wheels - Spare
Tyre repair kit

The specification listed for this vehicle was standard when purchased new. The actual specification may vary, for confirmation, please contact our sales department.

Features

Ten Second Review

If you like the idea of owning a Range Rover but find the thought of running one to be slightly at odds with the kind of corporate responsibility statement you want to make, then this P400e petrol/electric Plug-in hybrid version could be just about perfect for you. It offers a combined power output of 404hp, a claimed all-electric driving range of 31 miles and an official fuel consumption figure better than a Toyota Prius. It's hard not to be intrigued.

Background

The Range Rover pioneered the rarified Super-Luxury large SUV segment, but it no longer has it to itself, following fresh class arrivals in recent years from Bentley, Lamborghini and Mercedes. In response, Land Rover significantly updated this iconic model for the 2018 year with an all-new interior, extra safety and infotainment technology and, perhaps most importantly, the option of the Plug-in petrol/electric powertrain that we're going to test here. As a result, this flagship Range Rover model line can claim a lighter eco-footprint, a properly limousine-like rear cabin and performance that can even approach that of a high performance luxury saloon. And yes, it'll be even better if you're setting off across the Serengeti or exploring the Amazon. It'll be, more than ever, one of a kind. As we're about to discover...

Driving Experience

On the move in a Range Rover, luxury, comfort, refinement, craftsmanship and outright performance all fuse together as part of this car's imperious progress, whether that be on-turf or on-tarmac. All the available powertrains offer exemplary refinement, but should you select one that adds in electrified assistance, then as you might imagine, this car is particularly quiet. We're referring specifically to the petrol/electric hybrid engine used in the P400e variant we've chosen to test here. This version may only have four cylinders, but it boasts a combined power output of 404PS, a claimed all-electric driving range of 31 miles and running cost figures that are better than a Toyota Prius. This version employs a 300hp version of JLR's familiar 2.0-litre Ingenium petrol engine working in concert with an 85kW electric motor powered by a 13.1kWh lithium-ion battery. Yes, as previously mentioned, it's a four cylinder powertrain but if fellow Range Rover owners scoff at that, you might want to remind them that this supposedly eco-minded variant develops a 640Nm torque figure that out-strips the base version of the supercharged 5.0-litre petrol V8. Sixty from rest is dispatched in just 6.4s - quicker even than the V8 diesel - and the top speed is higher than you'd get from a black pump-fuelled model too, at 137mph. All of which should provide sufficient reassurance, should you need it, than in choosing this P400e model, you're not being fobbed off with an engine more suited to an Evoque. Which is just as well, given that this particular derivative weighs over two and a half tonnes - over 300kgs more than the base TDV6 diesel version.

Design and Build

This is every inch a Range Rover. You'd know it as such even without a glance at the elegant badge work. Which is as it should be. Gerry McGovern's design team committed early on to protect the visual characteristics that have always made this car what it is: the wrap-around clamshell bonnet; the deep glass area; the low waist and straight side feature line with no wedge or step up in side styling; the close wheel arch cuts; and the two-piece tailgate. Specific changes made to this model for the 2018 model year mainly centre around a revised front grille (Land Rover had to redesign it to allow for the insertion of the charging port needed for this PHEV model). The bumper's been subtly re-styled too, now featuring widened vent blades. Seated commandingly up-front amongst the beautiful leathers, polished metal, deep pile carpet and glossy surfacing, you'll find yourself in a cabin that looks as classy and cosseting as ever. It features clean, elegant controls, wider re-designed leather seats and the new-era 'Touch Pro Duo' infotainment system we first saw on the Velar, complete with its two high-definition 10-inch central touchscreens. Anything this Panasonic-developed set-up can't tell you will almost certainly be covered off by the digitally customisable 12.3-inch so-called 'Interactive Driver Display' you view through the imposing four-spoke stitched multi-function steering wheel. In the rear, there's over a metre of leg-stretching room - and you can extend that by a further 186mm if you go for the long wheelbase body style. And though the boot can't offer the option of extra fold-out chairs, it offers a huge 909-litre capacity.

Market and Model

There's a premium of about £7,000 to go from the base TDV6 diesel Range Rover to one with this P400e Plug-in hybrid petrol/electric powertrain, which means starting prices for the base 'Vogue'-spec model beginning from around £87,000. Bear in mind that the same engineering can also be found in a Range Rover Sport P400e model costing around £70,000. 'Vogue SE', 'Autobiography' and 'SVAutobiography' trim levels are also available for Range Rover buyers, the latter two options available with the lengthened long wheelbase bodystyle. Here, the price could be anything up to around £170,000. It's hard to find really direct rivals. The base 'Vogue' P400e model costs just over £20,000 more than large-segment Plug-in hybrid SUVs like Audi's Q7 e-tron, Porsche's Cayenne E-Hybrid and Volvo's XC90 T8 Twin Engine, but cars like those aren't really from the same class as this one and are more directly targeted by the P400e Plug-in Hybrid version of the Range Rover Sport (which prices from just over £70,000). You've to turn to the Bentley Bentayga for a truer rival - that car can be ordered with Plug-in Hybrid tech, but at prices that would only make sense if you were to be considering a P400e Range Rover in top 'SVAutobiography' trim.

Cost of Ownership

The P400e model's sophisticated drivetrain combination produces an eye-catching set of figures - 101mpg on the combined cycle, 73g/km of CO2 (based on the WLTP test) and an all-electric 31-mile journeying range, should you select the provided 'EV' driving mode which locks the vehicle down into milk float mobility. The stats in question are, as with most Plug-in hybrids, straight out of fairy land. In our time with this car, we probably averaged about 25mpg and sometimes struggled to ease the all-electric range much beyond double figures, even with quite conservative driving. The key thing though, is that the government believes them, hence a set of Plug-in hybrid incentive figures that for some buyers, will make compelling reading. Your first year of vehicle excise duty - what used to be called 'road tax' - will be just £15, compared to £1,200 for the closest-performing diesel Range Rover. More importantly, there's a big potential monthly BIK tax saving given that this car sits in the 16% bracket - as opposed to the 37% bracket for the next-cleanest TDV6 diesel model. True, you don't get the government-funded PHEV grant towards initial purchase that on cheaper plug-ins, subsidises you to the tune of £2,500 (that only applies on vehicles costing less than £60,000). But a Range Rover P400e will qualify for complete exemption from the £11.50-per-day London Congestion charge. Charging takes as little as 2 hours 45 minutes if you have the appropriate garage wallbox and on the move, there's a 'Save' option that'll allow you to save battery charge for town driving.

Front and rear premium carpet mats, Heated windscreen, Auto locking differential, Adaptive dynamics, Bluetooth telephone connection, Rear cross traffic alert, Electric gesture tailgate/boot lid, Trip computer...

Performance

Performance
Performance
0 to 60 mph (secs)
0 to 62 mph (secs)6.3
Engine Power - BHP404
Engine Power - KW297
Engine Power - PS
Engine Power - RPM5500
Engine Torque - LBS.FT472
Engine Torque - MKG65.3
Engine Torque - NM640
Engine Torque - RPM1500
Top Speed137

Go Green

Green Stats
Emissions - ICE
CO2 (g/km)71 (g/km)
HC+NOxN
ParticlesN
Standard Euro EmissionsEURO 6
Fuel Consumption - ICE
EC Combined (mpg)91.1
EC Directive 1999/100/EC Applies
EC Extra Urban (mpg)N
EC Urban (mpg)N

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