Range Rover Evoque PHEV

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Range Rover Evoque PHEV Your Next Steps

Range Rover Evoque PHEV

Featuring all-wheel drive and up to 41 miles* of emission free-driving

The model is perfect for the city and weekends away, The Range Rover Evoque Plug in Hybrid delivers all-electric, emission-free driving and can be charged using DC Rapid Charging. This Range Rover Evoque Plug in Hybrid combines a 3 cylinder, 1.5-litre Petrol engine with an electric motor to deliver a total power output of 309HP and you can drive in either parallel-hybrid or EV Mode.

The new Range Rover Evoque moves the game forward and revitalises a car which has proved immensely popular thanks to its great looks, solid build quality and premium feel. This all-new Evoque gets more technology than ever before but retains the Range Rover’s clever off-road systems to ensure that you’re able to go here, there and everywhere. 


The inside of the new Evoque has been given a comprehensive overhaul for its second-generation. The interior of the car is now dominated by the same dual-screen layout that we’ve seen on the larger Velar, while the overall perception of quality has been lifted thanks to high-quality materials used throughout. There are plenty of interior material choices, too, with leather, alcantara-effect and even a fabric made entirely from eucalyptus. 

Thanks to an increase in wheelbase length there’s more interior space too, so those sat in the rear have a lot more room in which to stretch out and get comfortable. Oh, and the boot has been in increased in size too, with 591 litres of space there with all seats in place or a generous 1,383 litres with the rear bench folded flat. 


It’s still recognisable as an Evoque, but the latest incarnation of Range Rover’s baby model is sharper and looks better than ever. It takes design cues from the larger full-fat Range Rover but applies them on a smaller scale with sharp LED headlights giving the front of a Evoque a distinct amount of presence. Hallmark Evoque details remain but have been refined; the door handles which sit flush in the panel remain, while the side accents have been elongated and - in some models - have been given a copper effect. A variety of new alloy wheel designs are available too, while a decent amount of ride height allows the Evoque to wade through an impressive 600mm of water - the same as many utilitarian pick-ups currently on sale. 


It’s in the technology area where Range Rover has really pushed the envelope. The cabin now gets a dual-screen setup, with two 10-inch displays complementing each other and giving you access to main controls for areas such as the satellite navigation and heating. They’re responsive and intuitive, while the look of them helps to give the cabin a clean, fuss-free appeal. There are a few conventional knobs and dials, but everything is largely controlled through those screens. 

There’s a clever new rear-view mirror too. Packing a technology Land Rover calls ClearSight, it converts the conventional mirror into a display screen which relays an image taken from a video camera mounted at the rear. It’s a clever feature, and could be particularly handy if you’ve got three people sat in the back clouding the view rearwards, and therefore improves visibility.


There are a range of new engines available with the new Evoque, but today we’re focusing on the all-new plug-in hybrid version, which is badged P300e. It combines a 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol engine with an electric motor and battery, giving the Evoque incredible claimed economy figures of 31g/km CO2 and up to 201.8mpg - impressive figures for a car of this type.

Furthermore, it’s capable of travelling up to 41 miles on electric power alone, which makes it ideal for driving around town or for shorter trips. Drive carefully, and there’s little reason why the Evoque should trouble the petrol engine at all. To charge, it’ll take just 90 minutes to go from empty to 90 per cent when using a 7kW home wall-mounted charger, though when using a faster 32kW public charging point a 0-80 per cent charge will take just 30 minutes. 

Its time to make a statement with the new range rover Evoque PHEV:

  • Distinctive coupé-like silhouette
  • Contemporary interior
  • CO2 from 32 g/km*
  • BIK Tax Rate from 6%**
  • EV only range up to 40 miles***

What are the benefits of PHEV?

  • Ultra low emissions - They are not only more economical to run, they are more eco-friendly than fuel-burning equivalents which massively reduces your environmental footprint.
  • No compromise in capabilities - Just because you choose PHEV doesn't mean you have to comprimise of the capabilities, You can still off-road in you beloved Range Rover!
  • A more refined drive - PHEV offers a quiet drive and with seamless transition between the petrol engine and electric motor.
  • Economical running costs - The relative low cost of electricity versus petrol and diesel means PHEVs are much cheaper to refuel as well as cheaper to maintain

Which models are there to choose from on the Range Rover Evoque PHEV?

The Evoque PHEV is available in one of three trim levels, ranging from standard Evoque up to First Edition. Here, we’ll take a look at what each specification brings. 


The list of standard equipment that you get at the entry point of the Evoque range is impressive. Features such as the full Terrain Response off-road system, LED headlights and taillights, rain-sensing wipers and satin black exterior trim pieces are all included, while 17-inch alloy wheels help to add to its appeal. Inside, you’ll find heated front seats, a leather-trimmed steering wheel and a 10-inch Touch Pro infotainment system - this uses a single screen setup rather than two. There’s almost an overwhelming amount of kit off the bat, which makes the entry-level Evoque a very appealing prospect.


Bump up to R-Dynamic, and you’ll get all of the same standard features you’ll find on the standard Evoque but with several additions. The most notable extra is a full R-Dynamic styling package, which gives the Evoque even more presence out on the road - including copper-colours accents. And though the 17-inch wheels are the same size as on the entry car, they’re in a split-spoke design which is more intricate. Chrome treadplates help to give the car a touch more premium appeal, too.

First Edition

First Edition is the current tip-top specification available with the Evoque. It gets all of the bells and whistles you could want, including ultra-bright Matrix LED headlights, a full panoramic roof and rear indicators which are ‘animated’ to strobe in a particular pattern. Large 20-inch alloy wheels sit at all four corners, and they’re finished in gloss dark grey with a contrast diamond turned finish. Inside, things take a turn for the luxurious with a heated steering wheel, full grain leather upholstery and 14-way electrically adjustable front seats. An impressive Meridian sound system is also added, along with the excellent dual-screen Touch Pro duo system. A head-up display adds to the comprehensive list of on-board technology too.

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Up to 41* mile range
All-Wheel drive
Touch Pro Duo 12.3" Interactive Driver Display
Range Rover Evoque PHEV Your Next Steps