The 2023 Range Rover SV and P440e models are now available to order. The prices are set.
Americans can place orders now for the 2023 Range Rover SV and P440e Extended-Range Plug-in Hybrid, Land Rover officially announces. The SV flagship’s starting prices are $186,850 for a short-wheelbase model, and $211,200 for a long-wheelbase one, while the PHEV version starts at $104,900.
Range Rover P440e Extended-Range Plug-in Hybrid
This vehicle is one of few plug-in hybrids with 50-kW DC fast-charging capability. It needs less than 60 min to charge up to 80%. Moreover, you can configure this model in more than 1.6 million combinations!
EPA-estimated electric-only range is 48 miles. In addition to a plug-in hybrid powertrain, mild-hybrid 5-cylinder and Twin Turbo V8 variants are also on choice. A pure-electric Range Rover will join in 2024. It will be the first Land Rover with all-electric power.
The P440e offers four-, five- and seven-seat interiors; SE, Autobiography, SV, and exclusive First Edition grades, the last is available during the 1st year of production.
Range Rover SV
It comes in Standard and Long Wheelbase body designs, including a 5-seat LWB configuration for the first time.
A 523-hp V8 Twin Turbo engine is standard for the model. It produces 37 pound-feet more torque than the previous V8 engine. The top speed is 162 mph.
A 4-seat SV Signature Suite representing a pinnacle SV interior is available to long-wheelbase vehicles. The SV interior features 13.1-inch Rear Seat Entertainment screens, high-fidelity headphones, a front-to-rear console that accommodates an electrically powered Club Table. Also, there are electrically deployable cup holders and an integrated refrigerator with SV-etched Dartington crystal glassware.