The Land Rover Defender 110 comes in plug-in hybrid engine (PHEV).
The Defender 110 P400e combines a 300 horsepower 2.0-liter four-cylinder petrol engine and one 105 horsepower electric motor powered by a 19.2 kWh battery.
The Defender 110 P400e delivers a 404 horsepower.
The electric motor provides its linear instantaneous torque in zero-emission mode.
The P400e 4×4 plug-in hybrid can be driven in short or long gears in all-electric mode.
The Defender 110 P400e performs the 0 to 100 km / h in 5.6 seconds and reached a top speed of 209 km / h.
The P400e can tow up to 3 tons and its roof can support 168 kg (in motion) or 300 kg (stationary).
Land Rover Defender 110 P400e claims a 43 km range without any exhaust emissions.
The Land Rover Defender 110 P400e displays a consumption of 3.3 liters per 100 km and 74 g / km CO2 emissions.
All PHEV versions come standard with a Mode 3 charging cable, while a Mode 2 cable (household plug) is available as an option.
The Mode 3 charging cable allows recharges to 80% in two hours, the Mode 2 cable allows home charging in seven hours. Using a fast charger of 50 kW, the P400e recovers 80% of its autonomy in 30 minutes.
20-inch rims are standard on the Defender 110 P400e, as is electronic air suspension and a charging socket located on the left side of the vehicle.
The Defender 110 P400e is available in five-seater and six-seater versions, with three-zone automatic climate control and tinted windows that reduce the heat of the sun.
The plug-in hybrid version of the Defender benefits from the braking regeneration which recovers the energy usually dispersed during braking and deceleration, and returns it to the battery.