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Our PHEV range can fully charge from either a domestic socket or an IEC connector. It is ideally suited to charge overnight, fully recharging in as little as 7.5 hours. Installing and using a wall box can reduce charging times closer to 2.75 hours2.


    A professionally-installed home charging point is more powerful than a domestic socket and can fully charge Range Rover in as little as 2 hours. The government’s Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme can also save you £500 off the installation cost.

  • Cable plugged into the Domestic 3-pin plug socket


    The standard 3-pin plug socket you typically use for your electric household items will keep Range Rover topped up by simply plugging in your charge cable. A full charge will normally take up to 7 hours.


Charging Range Rover away from home is now easier than ever thanks to thousands of public charging stations across the UK. Although some charge points are free to use, the majority require payment via a mobile app, membership or contactless card.

Capable of giving you a full charge in about 2 hours, standard public charge points use your vehicle’s Mode 2 cable – the same as your home charging point.


Available as a desktop and mobile application, Zap-Map helps you plan the perfect journey by showing all the charge points compatible with Range Rover across the UK. Ensuring you know which charging networks to sign up to, as you might need to sign up to more than one provider, for stress free charging on route and when you arrive at your destination.



All Land Rover PHEV vehicles come with a cable that connects to domestic 3-pin sockets. If you’re planning on adding a home charging point or charging on the move, you will require an additional multi-function or public charging cable.



View Range Rover WLTP figures. View Range Rover Sport WLTP figures.
WLTP is the new official EU test used to calculate standardised fuel consumption and CO2 figures for passenger cars. It measures fuel, energy consumption, range and emissions. This is designed to provide figures closer to real-world driving behaviour. It tests vehicles with optional equipment and with a more demanding test procedure and driving profile.

*Charge times may vary depending on your household electricity supply.
**Certain stations may require registration or a pay as you go tariff.
Extension leads and adaptors should never be used with any electrical vehicle or charge cable.
Charging equipment may vary from market to market. For more information please contact your local retailer.