Geneva 2011: Land Rover Range-e Hybrid

New Land Rover Range-e Hybrid was officially introduced last week at the Official Salon in Geneva.

The new Land Rover Range-e Land is a plug-in hybrid diesel 4WD drive that promises a CO2 value of only 89 grams per km.

Land Rover Range-e Hybrid is powered by a 3.0 liter TDV6 engine connected to an electric motor powered by a battery pack, Land Rover Range-e Hybrid sending power to all four wheels via a ZF automatic gearbox in 8 steps .

When running in a pure electric Range Rover Land-e Hybrid has a range of 32 km, and is used when the entire hybrid powertrain system, SUVul UK has an average consumption of 3.3 liters per 100 km.

Land Rover Range-e Hybrid reaches a top speed of 193 km / h and with a full tank, it can travel 1.110 kilometers.

Land Rover Range-e Hybrid can be recharged from any standard outlet in about 4 hours.

 

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