Exciting Times ahead for Range Rover Electric: Waiting List Open as Prototype Testing Begins

Range Rover is embarking on a new chapter in luxury SUVs with the introduction of the eagerly awaited Range Rover Electric. The company has officially opened the waiting list for this groundbreaking vehicle, inviting customers to be among the first to place a pre-order for the future of Range Rover.

Prototypes of the Range Rover Electric are currently undergoing rigorous testing to ensure they meet the brand’s high standards for performance and capability. The electric SUV will feature a state-of-the-art 800V architecture that allows for rapid charging on public networks. In addition, Range Rover is committed to providing a seamless ownership experience for its electric vehicle customers, with features such as effortless charging, over-the-air software updates, and intelligent technology to maximize range.

Built on the versatile Modular Longitudinal Architecture in Solihull, UK, the Range Rover Electric will be produced alongside the brand’s existing hybrid models. The batteries and electric drive units for the electric SUV will be assembled at JLR’s Electric Propulsion Manufacturing Centre in Wolverhampton, UK.

Geraldine Ingham, Managing Director of Range Rover, expressed excitement about the demand for the new Range Rover Electric, calling it a “new era for the Range Rover brand.” She emphasized the vehicle’s modern luxury credentials and its commitment to zero tailpipe emissions.

Thomas Müller, Executive Director of Product Engineering at JLR, highlighted the brand’s goal to create the quietest and most refined Range Rover ever. The electric SUV will deliver performance comparable to a flagship V8 model, while maintaining Range Rover’s legendary all-terrain capability.

Physical testing of the Range Rover Electric is currently underway, with engineers conducting tests in a variety of extreme conditions to ensure the vehicle’s durability and performance. The global testing program includes locations from Sweden to Dubai, with temperatures ranging from -40C to +50C.

As Range Rover prepares to electrify its lineup ahead of its 2039 net-zero carbon goal, the introduction of the Range Rover Electric signifies a new chapter in the brand’s history. Customers can now join the waiting list to secure their place in the future of luxury SUVs.

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