COOKIE POLICY

Land Rover would like to use cookies to store information on your computer to improve our website and to enable us to advertise to you those products and services which we believe may be of interest to you. One of the cookies we use is essential for parts of the site to work and has already been sent. You may delete and block all cookies from this site but some elements may not work correctly. To find out more about online behavioural advertising or about the cookies we use and how to delete them, please refer to our Privacy Policy. By closing, you're agreeing to cookies being used in line with our Cookie Policy.

BROWSER UPGRADE

We've detected you're not using the most up-to-date version of your browser. By upgrading to the latest version of Internet Explorer you'll see and be able to use this site in the way we intended and your general internet browsing will be more secure as it will have been upgraded to take into account the latest security standards.

PHEV CHARGING

PHEV CHARGING

FIND YOUR IDEAL EV CHARGING SOLUTION

CO2 EMISSIONS g/km

As low as 64

FUEL ECONOMY Combined l/100km

From 2.8

HOME CHARGING

Our PHEV range can fully charge from either a domestic socket or an IEC connector. It’s ideally suited to charge overnight, fully recharging in as little as 7.5 hours, enabling emissions free commuting for up to 48km. Installing and using a wall box will reduce charging times to just 2.75 hours*.

PUBLIC CHARGING

For charging your Plug-in Hybrid vehicle away from home, you can use public charging stations. These can be found at motorway service stations, fuel stations and public car parks. Connect Pro will highlight charging points along your route. **

EV CHARGING EQUIPMENT

  • tbc

    HOME CHARGING CABLE — STANDARD

    All Land Rover PHEV vehicles come with a Home Charging Cable (Mode 2 Charging Cable). The cable connects to domestic sockets and supports a charging time of as little as 7.5 hours. The cable can be used no matter what the weather. Please check with your Land Rover Retailer for charge times in your area.

  • tbc

    MULTI-FUNCTION CHARGING CABLE — ACCESSORY

    A full charge can be achieved in as little as 2.75 hours* using the accessory Multi-function Charging Cable (Mode 2 Universal Charging Cable) and a dedicated wall box. The interchangeable adapter allows you to use the cable abroad, through a regional specific two or three pin plug variant.

  • tbc

    PUBLIC CHARGING CABLE — ACCESSORY

    For when you’re on the move, the Public Charging Cable (Mode 3 Charging Cable) enables you to connect with AC charging stations. The cable is compatible with a home wall box, which a Land Rover recommended supplier can install at your home.

HOME WALL BOX

Our recommended wall box suppliers and installers will ensure any work is carried out to the highest standards. The robust wall box can be fitted at a suitable location convenient to you. Ask your Land Rover Retailer for more information, or visit our partner site below.

*Global charging solutions shown, local charging equipment may vary.

REGENERATIVE BRAKING

Regenerative braking uses the electric motor to harvest kinetic energy whilst braking, converting it into electrical energy that is used to recharge the high voltage battery. This process begins the second you remove your foot from the accelerator, as well as during braking. Regenerative Braking does not replace charging your vehicle but will supplement the charge available during your journey.

CHOOSE YOUR MODEL

tbc
tbc

*Charge times may vary depending on your household electricity supply. 
**Certain stations may require registration or a pay as you go tariff. 
Extension leads and adaptors should never be used with any electrical vehicle or charge cable.
Rear loadspace is reduced on PHEV models, please contact your local retailer for more detail
Charging equipment may vary from market to market. For more information please contact your local retailer.
±Fuel consumption and CO2 emission figures are determined by testing under standardised laboratory conditions to comply with ADR 81/02 and ADR 79/04. These figures should only be used for the purpose of comparison amongst vehicles. Actual figures will generally differ under real world driving conditions and will vary depending on factors such as (but not limited to) driving style, vehicle’s equipment and road, traffic and weather condition.