Range Rover: All You Must Know About Their Latest SUV Variants
The marque has always been synonymous to luxury travel. Its distinctive front bumper grille makes a powerful statement on the road yet being inside the Range Rover’s sophisticated interior is even more of an indulgence.
For the urbanite looking to cruise, the Range Rover Vogue is the ultimate luxury SUV. It’s made with comfort in mind and boasts functions that support both driver and traveller. Among its most sought-after features is its power reclining ability on the second row seats. This is made possible due to its long wheelbase design that gives passengers an extra 192mm of legroom. Meanwhile, drivers up front can enjoy heated seats with 20-way memory function.
Its top speed is an awesome 209 km/h with a power of 258 PS and a torque of 600 NM. With an 8-speed automatic transmission, this powerful vehicle is an all-around contender for stylish cars that don’t scrimp on efficiency.
Meanwhile, those looking to invest in an electric vehicle may find their perfect match with the Range Rover Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV). It features an internal combustion engine along with a large electric motor to ensure the best of both worlds with every drive. Though it runs on petrol, it also comes with an AC Mini Wallbox Charger that allows vehicle owners to quickly “refuel” in only 2 hours and 45 minutes.
Being a hybrid car also means the Range Rover PHEV promises less of an environmental impact, with an impressively low output of only 64g/km of CO2 emission. It is also Range Rover’s quietest vehicle yet, delivering a virtually silent drive when in electric vehicle (EV) mode. In this mode, it has a top speed of 137 km/h; drivers looking for a taste of speed can switch to hybrid mode and hit up to 220 km/h. Like the Range Rover Vogue, it has an 8-speed automatic transmission, but is more powerful with 404 PS and a torque of 640 NM.
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