In terms of green auto capabilities, the P400e uses as little as 2.8L/100km, while claiming an all-electric range of up to 51 kilometres from its 13.1kWh lithium-ion battery pack.
When you're on to a good thing, keep going - that's the tactic Range Rover is deploying with the launch of its new and eponymous flagship SUV, which aims to lure customers away fromthe new Porsche Cayenne, Audi Q7 and Bentley Bentayga.
According to the report, the Range Rover Evoque PHEV will use a 1.5-liter turbocharged three-cylinder gasoline engine and an electric motor that also will work as the gasoline engine's starter motor.
The updated Land Rover Discovery Sport will come with a new hybrid powertrain and a mild facelift in 2018, as part of JLR's big push for electrification.
Range Rover claim the PHEV can drive for up to 51km on pure electric power, and that the 13.1kWh lithium-ion battery can be charged in 2 hours 45 minutes with a 32amp wall box or 7 hours and 30 minutes when using the standard home charging points.
A pair of driving modes are available on the new model, with Parallel Hybrid using both combustion and battery power in unison, and an EV mode for running purely on electricity. Also look for updates to the vent graphics, lower side accents, and rear bumper.
There have been subtle changes to the exterior of the vehicle, with a refreshed grille and new LED headlights, while the cabin has an adapted version of the twin touch screens found in its smaller brother, the Velar.
Finishing the triple-digit run in 5.4s, the spiciest Range Rover variant picks up several exclusive flourishes inside and out to distinguish itself from its more discrete siblings. Comprising two 10-inch touchscreens, this configurations allots control of the Range Rover's various off-roading and climate systems to the lower screen, while the top screen takes care of infotainment and navigation duties - although there's some crossover between the two screens.
The changes are more significant inside, mainly due to the fitment of Range Rover's Touch Pro Duo infotainment setup.
Inside, front-row seats are wider and comfier, with adjustment controls moved to the door panels.
Other fresh technology includes a gesture-controlled sunblind, which lets light flood through the panoramic sunroof with the wave of an arm, and Jaguar Land Rover's Activity Key. A wi-fi hotspot can also support up to eight devices. While the footage isn't very high quality, we can see that the new Vogue has been updated with similar design tweaks as the facelifted Sport.