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The new Land Rover Range Rover Sport embodies the pioneering spirit inherent in every Land Rover and now delivers sustainable performance and efficiency with the introduction of plug-in petrol-electric power. The highly capable and dynamic performance SUV features Jaguar Land Rover's first Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) powertrain and is capable of making trips of up to 31 miles (51km) with zero tailpipe emissions when driven in all-electric mode.

PHEV: performance and efficiency in one

The new PHEV model, the P400e, is the most efficient Range Rover Sport and combines an advanced 300PS (221kW) four-cylinder Ingenium petrol engine with a 116PS (85kW) electric motor. This transformational technology is powered by an advanced 13.1kWh lithium-ion battery giving a total available power output of 404PS (297kW) from the permanent four-wheel drive (4WD) system.

Together they drive Land Rover's performance SUV from 0-100km/h in just 6.7 seconds and to a top speed of 137mph. With an impressive 640Nm of torque, the new powertrain mixes dynamic and sustainable performance with traditional Range Rover capability, comfort and refinement.

The P400e uses both the Ingenium petrol engine and electric motor to deliver CO2 emissions of 64g/km and fuel economy of up to 101mpg (2.8 l/100km) on the NEDC combined cycle, making this the most fuel-efficient Land Rover. The intelligent system can also capture and store the energy generated when braking to help recharge the battery.

Range Rover Sport SVR

The new flagship Land Rover Range Rover Sport SVR puts enhanced focus on the performance of the most dynamic model in the Range Rover family, engineered to complement the core range using all the knowledge and expertise of Jaguar Land Rover's Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) division.

Under the bonnet, the 5.0-litre supercharged V8 engine is the most powerful in the brand's history, producing 575PS and generating an impressive 700Nm of torque. That's a hike of 25PS and enough to power the Range Rover Sport SVR from 0-100km/h in just 4.5 seconds.

Coupled with enhancements to the chassis, the new SVR delivers more dynamic handling without compromising its traditional comfort. The engineers at SVO focused on controlling pitch under heavy acceleration and braking, and changes to the damping hardware have improved turn-in, mid-corner grip and body control.

In addition to the enhanced driving experience, SVO has provided new visual cues to the model's performance potential. The bonnet is a unique carbon fibre composite design for the first time, with integrated cooling vents that transform the front aspect of the vehicle. Its purposeful profile transforms the SVR's appearance and its lightweight construction delivers genuine dynamic benefits by reducing weight over the front axle.

Customers can also choose a unique paint option that leaves the central section of the new bonnet's carbon fibre weave exposed, creating an arresting high-performance aesthetic. Prominent new detailing on the front grille also catches the eye, while the side fender vents are finished in Gloss Black.

Greater use of body-coloured detailing at the rear and the presence of an SVO badge in place of the Land Rover oval also help to mark out the SVR as something very special.

A new front bumper design provides a discrete change to the SVR's assertive appearance, with changes designed to improve brake cooling. All-new brake pads and discs provide enhanced performance at higher temperatures, ensuring the braking system is more resistant to fade during dynamic driving.

The SVR is available with 21-inch alloy wheels, while a new 22-inch lightweight performance alloy design is also available in two colour finishes.

These changes can be complemented by a series of additional design packs - most notably, the Carbon Fibre Exterior Pack, which incorporates tasteful detailing to the front bumper, grille, fender vents, mirror covers and tailgate.

Cabin changes build on the enhancements to the core model with a sharper focus on driver and passenger comfort, allied with higher specification materials and finishes.

From SVR-branded treadplates that illuminate as the driver climbs aboard, to the feel of the aluminium sports pedals beneath the driver's feet, the improvements are aimed at enhancing every element of the driving experience.

Supportive new lightweight Supersport seats create an athletic silhouette and provide exceptional comfort on long journeys. They also deliver a significant 30kg weight saving over the core seat and are heated in the front and rear as standard.

Finished in high-quality perforated Windsor leather, the revised designs reflect the model's status as the ultimate high-performance luxury SUV. Seat backs finished in satin black with an embossed SVR logo on the headrests also leave no doubt about the SVR's exclusivity. The new seats also liberate more rear legroom and create the impression of a cosseting four-seat interior, while retaining flexible five-seat capability.

The combination of Ingenium petrol and electric power can be used in two driving modes: Parallel Hybrid mode (the default driving mode) and EV (Electric Vehicle) mode.

In Parallel Hybrid mode the PHEV model can intelligently and seamlessly combine the two power sources to deliver efficient progress. When driven in this way, the new powertrain delivers the best of all worlds. By using its electrical energy reserves intelligently the P400e always has the power and capability customers demand from a Range Rover Sport.

On longer journeys, customers can use the SAVE function to deploy the EV-only range for a specific part of their journey, for example, when entering congested urban areas, while the Predictive Energy Optimisation function uses the vehicle's Navigation system to maximise fuel efficiency.

In EV mode the P400e can be driven up to 51km with zero-emissions when fully charged. This driving mode is manually selected using a button on the console and gives the new PHEV model a top speed of 137km/h (85mph) while its generous range will allow drivers to complete most journeys without even engaging the Ingenium petrol engine.

Whatever the conditions, the new Range Rover Sport's exceptional performance and capability are undiminished. Furthermore, P400e customers benefit from its reduced fuel consumption and CO2 emissions, and also entry into areas with access restrictions on combustion engine-only vehicles.

Land Rover's engineers have delivered a solution that maximises interior space and provides the ideal weight distribution. The 2.0-litre Ingenium engine can be found under the clamshell bonnet, as you would a standard derivative, with the 85kW electric motor housed on the transmission, at the centre of the vehicle.

The access point for the 7kW on-board recharging socket is located behind the Land Rover badge on right of the grille, at the front of the vehicle, while the 13.1kWh prism-shaped lithium-ion battery is mounted at the rear beneath the boot floor. 

Land Rover's new lightweight 2.0-litre Si4 Ingenium engine - shared with the P400e - kicks off the petrol line-up. With a power output of 300PS and a top speed of 125mph, it delivers the performance of a six-cylinder variant in a more compact package that helps reduce weight and optimise CO2 emissions.

Alongside this, the 3.0-litre V6 supercharged petrol engine delivers 340PS and 450Nm of torque, while the next-generation 5.0-litre V8 supercharged petrol engine provides blistering performance with power up from 510PS to 525PS, 625Nm of torque and a 0-100km/h time of 5.3 seconds.

The potent Range Rover Sport SVR also benefits from its own power increase, from 550PS to 575PS, and is able to accelerate from 0-100km/h in 4.5 seconds on its way to a top speed of up to 176mph (market dependant).

Safety and the environment

The new Range Rover Sport boasts a comprehensive portfolio of passive safety features engineered to meet and exceed the most stringent global standards. The aluminium body was extensively tested by computer simulation tools the crash structure to minimise intrusion and maximise protection.

This is complemented by a system of airbags - including for the driver, passenger, side curtain and thorax - and seat belts linked to the emergency brakes.

Pedestrian safety has also been prioritised with a front-end designed to minimise potential injury. This includes an energy-absorbent raised bonnet A-surface and bumper profiles alongside the careful coupling of surface parts.

This vehicle has also been manufactured with sustainability in mind, using the most advanced methods and materials.

For example, the new Range Rover Sport uses 26kg of recycled plastics and 40kg of natural materials such as wood veneers and seat leathers, the latter being produced in the UK using low-carbon processes.

It is also designed to meet 85 per cent recyclability and 95 per cent recoverability targets, facilitating the easy removal of certain parts, including bumpers, wheel arch liners and seat foams.

By using virtual tools for design and simulation, there has also been a dramatic reduction in the need for physical prototyping.

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