Land Rover Defender PHEV

The new Land Rover Defender is getting electrified with the line's first-ever Plug-in Hybrid model. The P400e will be the most powerful and fuel-efficient Defender in the range with a 2.0L four-cylinder that has been combined with a 105kW electric motor and a 19.2kWh battery. Together, the combo delivers 398 hp, a WLTP combined 85.3mpg, 27 miles of all-electric range,  a 0-62 time of 5.6 seconds, and a top speed of 130 mph. The P400e will include a selection of standard features that include 20-inch alloy wheels, an Electronic Air Suspension, and a Mode 3 charging cable. It will also be available with a five or six seat configuration, three-zone climate control, privacy glass, and solar attenuating glass.

The P400e is available for the 110 body and has only been announced for the European market.

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