Range Rover’s Electric Combo is a petrol and diesel hybrid SUV that offers a range of high-performance capabilities. The company has announced plans to launch new models in 2019 and 2020, with the first one set to be revealed later this year.
Features of Range Rover’s Electric Combo
1.Towing capability of up to two tonnes
This SUV is capable of towing up to two tonnes, which is twice the capacity of the Jeep Wrangler. The Range Rover’s electric combo offers the option to tow from its twin electric motors, which are integrated into all five wheels.
The Range Rover has a rear suspension that uses two large coil springs and a double wishbone system. This allows for a high degree of control over movement on rough ground or off-road. It can handle up to 1m or more than three-quarters of a tonne in weight, while travelling at speeds up to 65kmh or 40mph.
3.Range of performance
Range Rover’s Electric combo comes with an engine that runs on a 3.0 litre six-cylinder petrol engine and a two-litre diesel engine, both of which are V6s. The petrol engine comes with a speed of up to 400cc, while the diesel one can reach speeds of up to 1,000cc and 150kmh or 90mph top speed. Range Rover says that the electric option will provide better fuel economy, with average fuel consumption of 50mpg or more in combined use.
The Range Rover’s electric combo offers 710 litres or 201 cubic feet of cabin space. It has removable seats which are integrated into the floor and ceiling, to provide additional storage space. The company says that every segment of the interior is customisable, allowing buyers to choose from over 100 materials for all four roof panels, as well as for the top, lower and side panels.
The Range Rover’s electric combo offers a number of driver assistance systems that can be used in all four-wheel drive modes. These include a night vision camera with adaptive cruise control, collision avoidance and intelligent speed assist. It also comes with an eight-inch touch screen display, satellite navigation and multimedia connectivity, inductive charging and an app system that allows full management of connected apps via Bluetooth technology or USB cable.