The entry-level models of the 2021 Land Rover Range Rover are hybrid in a way; they include a small electric motor that lends a helping hand to the turbocharged inline-six engine that provides the primary power for the machine. As a result, these models are classified as a mild-hybrid vehicle.
That mild hybrid, however, is not the incarnation of the 2021 Land Rover Range Rover that we’re discussing here. There is also a “true hybrid,” a plug-in hybrid incarnation of the machine that’s powered by a 13.1-kWh battery pack located under the rear cargo floor. This hybrid version sets itself apart from the mild variation with its ability to drive in electric-only mode and thriftier fuel economy rating.
The 2021 Land Rover Range Rover Hybrid can be charged on a 120-volt outlet, making it a breeze to charge at home in the garage. This method is great for overnight charging, as charging at 120 volts can take up to 14 hours to get to a full battery. For quicker bursts of juice, using a 240-volt outlet or making the trip to a public charging station is recommended. The 2021 Land Rover Range Rover Hybrid is rated to deliver up to 31 miles of electric-only driving range per charge.