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Land Rover Range Rover (modern)

Land Rover Range Rover (modern) (United Kingdom, 2012-present)

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Land Rover has revealed the new Range Rover, the fourth generation of this model, at the 2012 Paris International Motor Show.

The SUV comes with a lightweight all-aluminium body, and was designed and engineered at Land Rover’s development centres in the UK. The all-new Range Rover has a clean shape which is derived from a new interpretation of Range Rover design cues.   The new Range Rover will be produced in a manufacturing facility at Solihull, UK.   Customers have a choice of a petrol 510PS LR-V8 Supercharged and two diesel (3.0-litre 258PS TDV6 and 4.4-litre 339PS) engines, all of which are now paired with a eight-speed automatic transmission.


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Range Rover Hybrid

Land Rover introduced the hybrid powertrain in this model in 2013. The truck uses a 3.0-liter diesel V6 engine paired to a 47hp and 125lb-ft electric motor. It lowers CO2 emissions by 26% over the standard version.

It is rated at 169g/km of CO2 and 44.1mpg UK combined and have 335hp (340ps) and 516lb-ft of torque (700Nm) with an eight-speed automatic transmission from ZF. The battery pack and electrical components add 120kg to the car.

The system runs on pure electric power at speeds up to 30mph for up to one mile. The system powers itself through regenerative braking.

The hybrid model hits 100km/h in less than seven seconds and has a top speed of 135mph (218km/h).



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