Did you know the way you drive, where you drive and how far you drive can all have a big influence on your vehicle’s performance and efficiency? For instance, regular commuting in stop-start city traffic will typically benefit from a different kind of power to regular journeys on motorways or frequent towing. 

Here we can help you find the right fit for your driving needs.

TYPES OF LAND ROVER POWER

Range Rover evoque charging at the phev station point

WHAT IS AN ELECTRIC VEHICLE

Electric vehicles are powered by an electric motor and a battery. Instead of fuelling up at a petrol station you keep your car charged through a home charging point. On the go you benefit from rapid DC charging at public charging stations.

Evoque parked on road side

WHAT IS AN ELECTRIC HYBRID (PHEV)

Plug-in electric hybrid vehicles (PHEV) combine a petrol engine and an electric motor, meaning a home charging point is optional. Switch from pure electric commuting with zero tailpipe emissions to a mix of petrol and electric power on longer journeys.

Range Rover Discovery pulling a trailer

WHAT IS A MILD HYBRID (MHEV)

No charging required, mild electric hybrid vehicles (MHEV) enhance the efficiency of their engines by reusing energy collected through deceleration and regenerative braking. They are versatile and offer options for various driving styles.

HELP ME CHOOSE

Answer five quick questions about your driving habits to see if your next vehicle should be a plug-in hybrid or mild hybrid.

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