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Range Rover 2019 adds new six-cylinder petrol engine

Land Rover introduces Ingenium engine range to Range Rover.

Not long after appearing in the Jaguar range, Land Rover has installed its new ‘Ingenium’ six-cylinder petrol engine into the Range Rover line.

Delivering 294kW of power and 550Nm of torque, the Range Rover is capable of a 6.3-second 0-100km/h sprint, yet thanks to its 48-volt mild-hybrid system, combined fuel economy is rated at 9.3L/100km and emissions claimed at 212g/km.

According to Land Rover the mild-hybrid system collects energy harvested under braking and stores it in a 48V battery, which is then deployed through torque-assist, which reduces CO2 emissions and work load on the engine.

Featuring both an electric supercharger and a twin-scroll turbocharger, the 3.0-litre petrol six-cylinder is the latest step taken by Land Rover in offering an electrified drivetrain option on all future models. 

The Range Rover now features Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard. The Range Rover now features Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard.

Elsewhere on the 2019 Range Rover are trim updates such as new colours, new alloy wheel options up to 22-inches in size, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone mirroring as standard. 

The car’s headlights now include ‘Sign Post Dimming’ which identifies road signs and dims the individual LEDs used to illuminate the sign to limit glare for the driver. 

The Range Rover also features new alloy wheel designs. The Range Rover also features new alloy wheel designs.

Pricing and specifications for the 2019 Range Rover are due to be announced later this month, with the first deliveries commencing from October 2019. 

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