Land Rover To Unveil Electric Range Rover_e At Geneva Motor Show
Land Rover has just unveiled their newest variant to the Range Rover lineup. This version, isn’t exactly has exciting as the supercharged, but as far as importance goes, this new Electric Range Rover_e prototype tops the list.
Details are very limited at this point in time, but Land Rover did say that the Range Rover_e would feature a 3.0-liter TDV6 diesel engine, a small electric motor, and plug-in hybrid technology. Due to this environmentally friendly setup, the big SUV can travel up to 20 miles on the batteries alone, before the diesel engine kicks in to raise that range to an astonishing 671 miles. Most drivers are thrilled when they can hit 400 miles on one tank, let alone 600 plus.
On top of all that, the new Electric Range Rover_e prototype can hit a top speed of 120 miles per hour and emit just 89 grams of Co2 per kilometer.
This new Electric Range Rover_e will be shown at the Geneva Motor Show, along with numerous other exhibits, such as the 2011 Land Rover Discovery 4 Limited Editions with Black and White themes. These new versions will bring some sparkle to the contemporary Discovery 4 lineup.
Land Rover will also be showing the Range Rover Autobiography Ultimate Edition, which happens to be the most expensive and the most luxurious Range Rover ever created and is on the opposite end of the totem poll with the new electric version.
Finally, the automaker will be unveiling the new Evoque in its Coupe and five-doors variants, as well as the numerous customization options that come along with it.
Gerry McGovern, Land Rover design director said: "Customers like to make their own unique statement with a vehicle and we have provided individuals with lots of opportunity to personalize their new Range Rover Evoque, whilst maintaining the essence of the design."