Land Rover Australia has announced a new line-up of plug-in hybrids (PHEVs) for MY23, starting with the Range Rover Evoque P300e mid-size SUV that’s now available to order.
Exclusively available in R-Dynamic HSE form, the P300e is priced from $102,001 plus on-road costs, meaning it commands a $19,302 premium over its P250 counterpart, which instead uses a 184kW/365Nm 2.0-litre turbo-petrol four-cylinder engine.
The P300e, on the other hand, pairs a new 1.5-litre turbo-petrol three-cylinder engine with a rear-mounted electric motor for combined outputs of 227kW/540Nm. It also has a 15.0kWh battery that provides 62km of zero-emissions driving range (WLTP).
Of note, an R-Dynamic SE version of the P250 is available for $78,052, while the Evoque’s P200 (147kW/320Nm petrol) and D200 (150kW/420Nm diesel) 2.0-litre turbo four-cylinder engine options have been removed from sale for MY23.
On January 27, order books will open for the Range Rover 510e upper-large SUV, which pairs a 3.0-litre turbo-petrol inline six-cylinder engine with a rear-mounted electric motor for combined outputs of 375kW/700Nm. Its 38.2kWh battery delivers 80km of zero-emissions driving range.
Finally, P400e versions of the Range Rover Velar and Defender large SUVs will be available to order from the second and third quarter of this year, respectively.
The shared P400e powertrain pairs a 2.0-litre turbo-petrol four-cylinder engine with a rear-mounted electric motor for combined outputs of 297kW/640Nm. Its 19.2kWh battery offers 53km (Velar) or 43km (Defender) of zero-emissions driving range.
Pricing for the Range Rover 510e, Velar 400e and Defender 400e will be released closer to their respective launches. Stay tuned.
2023 Range Rover Evoque pricing before on-road costs