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2021 Range Rover and Range Rover Sport – Engine options detailed

Engine lineup will include a new range of 3.0 liter, 6 cylinder Ingenium diesel engines as a part of the update

Land Rover has updated the Range Rover and Range Rover Sport for 2021 model year. The company also celebrates its 50th anniversary, since the first ever Range Rover was launched in 1970. As a part of the 2021 updates, Range Rover and Range Rover Sport get new engine options. Deliveries set to commence in global markets from October 2020.

The engine lineup both on the Range Rover and Range Rover Sport comply with Real Driving Emissions Step 2 (RDE2) standards and Euro 6d final real world driving compliance with 48V Mild-Hybrid Electric Vehicle (MHEV) technology boosting. A total of 9 engine options are on offer, 6 petrol and 3 diesel.

Engine Options

2021 RR Sport PetrolOutput
P3002.0 L / 4 cyl / 300 PS / 400 Nm
P3603.0 L / 6 cyl / 360 PS / 495 Nm
P4003.0 L / 6 cyl / 400 PS / 550 Nm
P400e2.0 L / 4 cyl PHEV / 404 PS / 640 Nm
P5255.0 L / V8 supercharged / 525 PS / 625 Nm
P5755.0 L / V8 supercharged / 575 PS / 700 Nm
  
2021 RR Sport DieselOutput
D2503.0 L / 6 cyl MHEV / 249 PS / 600 Nm
D3003.0 L / 6 cyl MHEV / 300 PS / 650 Nm
D3503.0 L / 6 cyl MHEV / 350 PS / 700 Nm
  
2021 Range Rover PetrolOutput
P4003.0 L / 6 cyl / 400 PS / 550 Nm
P400e2.0 L / 4 cyl PHEV / 404 PS / 640 Nm
P5255.0 L / V8 supercharged / 525 PS / 625 Nm
P5655.0 L / V8 supercharged / 565 PS / 700 Nm
  
2021 Range Rover DieselOutput
D2503.0 L / 6 cyl MHEV / 249 PS / 600 Nm
D3003.0 L / 6 cyl MHEV / 300 PS / 650 Nm
D3503.0 L / 6 cyl MHEV / 350 PS / 700 Nm

2021 Range Rover will be offered with a 2.0 liter, 4 cylinder plug-in hybrid and a 3.0 liter, 6 cylinder engine. Top of the line variant will get a 5.0 liter supercharged V8. The P400 plug-in hybrid engine will offer 404 hp and 640 Nm while the turbo petrol makes 300 hp and the 13.1 kWh electric motor offers 143 hp with an all electric range of 40 kms. There is also the 3.0 liter petrol which offers 400 hp power and 550 Nm torque an a top of the line 5.0 liter V8 engine in two states of tune offering 525 hp and 625 Nm and 565 hp and 700 Nm.

2021 Range Rover
2021 Range Rover

Engine specifications on the Range Rover Sport include a 2.0 liter, 4 cylinder, turbocharged P300 engine making 300 hp power and 400 Nm torque while there is also a 3.0 liter, 6 cylinder engine in two states of tune offering 360 hp power and 495 Nm torque and 400 hp power and 550 Nm torque. The 5.0 liter makes 525 hp and 625 Nm and 565 hp and 700 Nm. It also gets its power via a P400 plug in hybrid engine that makes 404 hp and 640 Nm taking the Range Rover Sport from 0 to 100 kmph in 6.7 seconds.

Range Rover Fifty limited to 1970 units

Celebrating 50 years of the original Range Rover launched in 1970, the company has released special edition Range Rover Fifty limited to 1970 units. This special edition model is based on the Autobiography of standard and long wheelbase models and gets exclusive color options to set it apart.

These colours include retro-themed Tuscan Blue, Bahama Gold and Davos White, specifically done by Special Vehicle Operations (SVO). The model will sport a special ’50’ branding on its exterior and a plaque mentioning 1 of 1970 in its interiors designed by Land Rover’s CCO Gerry McGovern OBE. Range Rover Fifty will receive both petrol and diesel engine options and a plug in hybrid P400e.

Launch in India

Both the 2021 Range Rover and Range Rover Sport will be launched in India where it will be seen across four trim levels. Though no specified launch date has been confirmed as yet, company dealerships are set to commence bookings in the coming weeks.

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