THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE HOME
With a Land Rover plug-in hybrid (PHEV), most of your charging is done from the comfort of home.
It’s usually the cheapest, most convenient way to charge – as easy as plugging in your phone – and you’ll never need to visit the fuel pumps for local trips around town.
SPEED THINGS UP WITH A HOME CHARGER
The fastest way to charge your PHEV at home is with a professionally installed home charger. The government’s Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme can help support the cost of your installation.
SAFE TO CHARGE, WHATEVER THE WEATHER
Our recommended home chargers are approved by the government’s Office for Low Emission Vehicles and are safe to use in all weathers. Come rain or shine, you’ll always be ready to go electric.
HOME CHARGING CAN SAVE YOU MONEY
Plugging in is not only incredibly convenient, it’s cheaper than running a petrol or diesel car every day. You will also typically save more money charging at home than charging away from home. Using an off-peak electricity tariff can reduce your costs further still.
See what you could save driving a Range Rover Evoque PHEV, for example, while charging at home.
DRIVING 10 MILES A DAY
DRIVING 20 MILES A DAY
DRIVING 40 MILES A DAY
DRIVING 60 MILES A DAY
CHARGING AWAY FROM HOME
TOP UP AT YOUR NEXT STOP
As the UK’s public charging infrastructure continues to grow, there are now more places than ever to conveniently charge your PHEV away from home.
Charging points at many public car parks, shopping centres and motorway services make it easy to top up while you’re parked up. And if you’re spending a few hours in the office, workplace charging can have you fully charged by lunchtime.
The majority of destination charging points around towns and cities require the use of your own charging cable. This is included with your Land Rover PHEV as standard. And just like at home, it can be used in all weathers.
TRACK YOUR CHARGING PROGRESS ANYWHERE
MONITOR AND CONTROL FROM YOUR PHONE
Once you’ve simply plugged in and walked away, your Land Rover’s InControl App neatly sends your charging status to your mobile. So wherever you are, you can plan your time productively and be ready to get back out there without missing a beat.
At home, your app’s timed charging feature can even be used to lock into the daily window of off-peak electricity and substantially cheaper EV tariffs offered by many home energy providers.
CHARGING TIMES FOR PHEV
Our figures for rapid DC charging points – typically found at motorway service stations and main roads – are quoted up to 80%. This is because the charging speed slows down significantly above 80% to protect the battery and optimise its life.
|Vehicles||Maximum electric range||AC home and public charging (7kW) 0 – 100%||Rapid DC charging (50kW) 0 – 80%|
|Range Rover PHEV||Up to 25 miles††||From 2 hours 45 minutes3||-|
|Range Rover Sport PHEV||Up to 26 miles††||From 2 hours 45 minutes3||-|
|Range Rover Velar PHEV||Up to 33 miles††||From 2 hours 16 minutes3||From 30 minutes3|
|Range Rover Evoque PHEV||Up to 34 miles††||From 2 hours 12 minutes3||From 30 minutes3|
|Land Rover Discovery Sport PHEV||Up to 34 miles††||From 2 hours 12 minutes3||From 30 minutes3|
|Land Rover Defender PHEV||Up to 27 miles††||From 2 hours 30 minutes3||From 30 minutes3|
THREE-PIN SOCKETS PROVIDE ADDED REASSURANCE
If you’re away for longer periods and no home charger is available, your standard three-pin plug socket used for household electrical items will also charge your vehicle at a much slower rate – typically 0-100% from seven hours.
For charging your vehicle using a domestic socket, an optional Mode 2 cable is available to purchase separately.
KEEP EXPLORING ELECTRIC
††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.
1The savings have been calculated by providing daily mileage examples. They are calculated using the WLTP eAER EV range of a Range Rover Evoque 1.5P P300e PHEV AWD Auto R-dynamic (34m), its usable battery capacity (12.2kWh), the average cost of electricity on a standard tariff (19p/kWh), and the WLTP Combined ICE fuel economy of that vehicle once the battery charge is depleted (31.0mpg). Compared to the Combined WLTP fuel economy of a RR Evoque 2.0P P200 AWD Auto R-Dynamic S (31.7mpg) and the average cost per litre of petrol (£1.35) covering the same miles over 1 year. Correct at time of publication.
2Compatible smart phones only. Subject to market availability of third party provider platforms and mobile phone signal.
3Charging times will vary dependent on many factors, including but not limited to: the age, condition, temperature and existing charge of the battery; facility used and duration of charge.