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**2023 Range Rover Sport. All-electric range is 51 miles with fully charged battery in full EV Mode. Figure is EPA estimate. Actual range will vary with driving conditions, and other factors. See your local authorized Land Rover Retailer for more details.

The figures provided are as a result of official manufacturer's tests in accordance with EU legislation with a fully charged battery. For comparison purposes only. Real world figures may differ. CO2, fuel economy, energy consumption and range figures may vary according to factors such as driving styles, environmental conditions, load, wheel fitment, accessories fitted, actual route and battery condition. Range figures are based upon production vehicle over a standardised route.

WLTP is the new official EU test used to calculate standardised fuel consumption and CO2 figures for passenger cars. It measures fuel, energy consumption, range and emissions. This is designed to provide figures closer to real-world driving behaviour. It tests vehicles with optional equipment and with a more demanding test procedure and driving profile.

Figures are shown as a range under WLTP testing measures. The lowest figures refer to the most economical/lightest set of options. The highest figures refer to the least economical/heaviest set of options.

Compared with something like the Audi Q7 or BMW X5 (both starting in the low $60K range) the Velar is around 5 inches shorter, making it slightly easier to park, but with comparable interior space. Factor in the high level of standard equipment as well, and the Velar goes some way in justifying its relatively high prices.

Changing that engine to the inline-6 on the 2023 Velar R-Dynamic S adds another $6,800 (which also includes an adaptive suspension). The range-topping new-for-2023 Velar HST begins at $79.2K. Pile on the options and the HST could be closer to $89K.

The historical significance of the full-size range Range Rover cannot be understated. You can read our story about the .css-vurnkubox-sizing:border-box;margin:0;min-width:0;origins of the luxury SUV, but to summarise, it started all the way back in 1969, well before SUVs were a common thing, when Rover created a more luxurious version of its Land Rover product, aptly named Range Rover.

Before the end of 2022, the new Range Rover will also be offered with a proper inline-six petrol plug-in hybrid that offers 375kW/700Nm outputs, a 38kWh battery, and up to 125km of electric-only range (NEDC). Additionally, the new Range Rover PHEV will offer 50kW DC charging capability.

All bar the EV use a ZF eight-speed transmission with a set of low-range ratios, while maximum towing is 3500kg across the range, with a maximum 750kg unbraked capacity. The unladen weights for the short wheelbase sits between 2454kg and 2585kg, with the long wheelbase topping out at 2725kg in heaviest guise.

Fuel economy ranges from 7.2L per 100km of diesel for the D300 and D350 variants all the way to 11.8L/100km for the V8 petrol. Based on our limited testing, we would stipulate these figures will be about 20 (for diesel) to 30 (for petrol models) per cent higher in the real world. 781b155fdc


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