Hybrid Options for Land Rover, Jaguar, and Mini Cooper

Hybrid cars have the best components of both worlds by possessing power while being incredibly fuel-efficient. By owning a hybrid car, you can travel more miles while consuming less fuel. Reduce carbon emissions and save money at the pump by considering what the top hybrid options Land Rover, Jaguar, and MINI Cooper have to offer.

Land Rover Hybrid Models

Land Rover’s latest rollouts of plug-in hybrids (PHEV) are the first Land Rovers equipped with all-wheel steering. The Land Rover P44e Extended-Range PHEV can drive up to 48 miles using only EV mode. It can function in parallel hybrid mode (using a gas and electricity combination) while offering a sleek and near-silent drive. Land Rover models such as the Range Rover Sport, Range Rover Velar, Range Rover Evoque, Discovery Sport, and Defender are available with plug-in hybrid powertrains.

Jaguar Hybrid Models

Jaguar’s F-PACE plug-in hybrid is a compact luxury crossover SUV. Its 17.1kWh battery offers 53 km of pure electric driving off a full charge. The fuel consumption for this model runs as low as 2.2 liters per 100 km. This Jaguar hybrid option offers petrol convenience with electric power. The smaller E-Pace hybrid option competes with subcompact rivals.

MINI Cooper Hybrid Models

The MINI Cooper Countryman plug-in hybrid is a subcompact luxury crossover. It is comfortably quicker than lots of other hybrid crossovers and was one of the first PHEV family SUVs. Its four-wheel drive system works by having the electric motor drive the rear wheels while the engine drives the front wheels. Combining electric and gas components, its official fuel consumption ranges from 6.5 to 6.2 liters per 100 km.

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