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01-01-2022 | News


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The fifth model generation of the Range Rover is available at market launch in four six-cylinder mild hybrid variants and a top version with a twin-turbo V8 gasoline engine. The three available diesel versions each use a 3.0-l engine in combination with a 48-V belt starter generator including recuperation function. The D250 delivers a maximum of 183 kW and 600 Nm of torque, the D300 221 kW and 650 Nm, and the D350 258 kW and 700 Nm. The 3.0-l gasoline engine with 48-V system in the P400 version produces up to 294 kW and 550 Nm, while the eight-cylinder engine with 4.4-l displacement in the P530 produces a maximum of 390 kW and 750 Nm. Two plug-in hybrid variants based on the gasoline engine used in the P400 will follow in early 2022, providing 324 or 375 kW and 620 or 700 Nm of torque in combination with a 105-kW electric motor and a 38.2-kWh lithium-ion battery. In 2024, a battery-electric Range Rover is to round off the range.
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MTZ worldwide / Issue 1/2022
Electronic ISSN: 2192-9114

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