Only a few weeks ago this Range Rover Sport was unveiled , which released a new gasoline mechanic for the British firm, which now passes under the front hood of the all-powerful Range Rover to give rise to the new version P400 .
It has 48 volt technology
Thus, although this corpulent SUV comfortably exceeds two tons of weight, it can accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in 6.3 seconds and can reach 225 km / h of top speed .
This electric compressor ensures that it minimizes the usual retardation of the turbo at low revolutions and moves thanks to its Mild-Hybrid technology, as these P400 add a 48-volt battery.
This technology will also allow you to get the much appreciated ECO label of the DGT . And all despite signing an average consumption of 10.6 l / 100 km and CO2 emissions above 200 g / km.
At the moment this version has not arrived in Spain, but it does have prices in the United Kingdom. And these are:
– Range Rover P400 Vogue: 90,010 pounds (104,650 euros).
– Range Rover P400 Vogue SE: 96,610 pounds (112,320 euros).
– Range Rover P400 Autobiography: 109,485 pounds (127,290 euros).
– Range Rover LWB P400 Autobiography: 116,685 pounds (135,660 euros).
More expensive than plug-in hybrids
As a curiosity I will tell you that in the UK these P400 cost 710 pounds (825 euros) more than what there costs a Range Rover P400e , which hides a plug-in hybrid mechanics, more efficient than the one used by this Mild-Hybrid, it even announces a autonomy in electric mode of 51 kilometers.
Regardless of the arrival of this new engine, now Range Rovers premiere updated headlights that do not illuminate the traffic signals when we drive with the road lights connected to minimize glare to the driver. Although it is only offered when we equip it with Matrix LED headlights.
The British firm has also revised the color palette by introducing the Eiger Gray and Portofino Blue tones, which come to replace the well-known Corris Gray and Loire Blue respectively. And there are also some new Gloss Black wheels in 22 inches.