2020 Range Rover

The 2020 Range Rover was once a tough workhorse and is now the pinnacle of the Land Rover lineup with a flexible cabin, a plethora of technical products, and a six-figure price tag.

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It's still very powerful off-road, maybe even more than the original, but the Range Rover manages both the trails and the suburban streets, offering comfortable travel, richly padded seats, wooden upholstery real, and information on the touch screen. A square exterior is synonymous with wealth and status.

  • Parking on your driveway is therefore the automobile equivalent of putting on a Rolex Submariner or a pair of Manolo Blahniks. 

  • Like almost everything, the Range Rover cannot do without compromise: fuel consumption is not excellent, driving dynamics are awkward, and the infotainment system is faulty. However, if you are looking for luxury and status, few SUVs offer as much as the Range Rover.

New 2020!

After a year of delay, the plug-in hybrid powertrain is finally launched for the 2020 Range Rover models. The electrified powertrain known as the P400e consists of a 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbo engine and an electric motor, which together produce 398 hp. It can drive the large Range Rover with electricity alone up to 50 km. 

However, this is not the only change in the powertrain for 2020: last year's base V-6 engine was replaced by an in-line six-cylinder with turbocharger and electric assistance. 355 HP is generated on the P360 base and 395 HP on the HSE P400. Elsewhere, the Range Rover gets an optional black exterior styling package that adds dark exterior accents. 

Two new paint colors, Eiger gray and Portofino blue, complete the Shadow walnut range, and the coating is now standard on the base and HSE models. Land Rover is celebrating its 50th anniversary of Range Rover this year with a special edition called Range Rover Fifty. Only 1970 copies are produced.

Engine, transmission, and power

The Range Rover has four basic powertrain lines, each with its strengths and weaknesses: entry-level models are powered by a turbocharged in-line six-cylinder that is supported by a small electric motor for a fluid hybrid configuration, while front-line models have a powerful and loaded V-8; A V-6 diesel is also available in a plug-in hybrid version. 

  • Each Range Rover comes standard with a selectable all-wheel drive and an eight-speed automatic transmission. 
  • We don't have the current test numbers for a Range Rover with Inline Standard 6; The Range Rover diesel we tested in 2016 provided acceptable but relaxed acceleration times. 
  • The V-8, on the other hand, offers surprisingly fast acceleration, and even the most committed environmentalists have to admit it sounds wonderful. 
  • Autobiography SV sports models surprisingly well control body roll, but bow to stern sound is a problem throughout the range. 

It drives pretty well when not pushed, but compared to agility on the road against high-performance SUVs like the BMW X5 M and the Mercedes-AMG GLS63, the Land Rover is sloppy. We are ready to forgive some of these handling flaws if we take into account the Range Rover's off-road capabilities, which are always exceptional.

Autonomy, charge and battery life

The P400e rechargeable hybrid transmission is powered by a 13.1 kWh battery under the rear load floor. It can be charged in a 120-volt outlet, but it takes up to 14 hours to fully charge. A 240-volt outlet or trips to a public charging station are recommended. According to Land Rover, the Range Rover P400e should provide up to 31 miles of electrical range per charge.

Fuel consumption and MPG in the real world

Of the three Range Rover gasoline engines, only one comes close to real efficiency, and that is diesel. We tested three Range Rovers on our 200-mile highway for highway fuel consumption. A 2016 diesel model reached a respectable 27 MPG, but still fell 1 MPG below its EPA rating, while a 2017 pair with the supercharged V8 engine produced 19 MPG (long wheelbase) and 20 MPG (normal wheelbase at distance). We haven't tested the new plug-in hybrid or the six-line hybrid on our way to save fuel.

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