Recently, we learned from relevant channels that the all-new Range Rover will launch a pure electric model in the future, and it is expected to go on sale in 2024. Based on the information obtained before, the new car will also provide internal combustion engine power with 48V light hybrid power in the future, PHEV plug-in hybrid power, and eventually hydrogen fuel cell power.
In terms of power system, there is no accurate official information yet, but it is expected that the all-new Land Rover Range Rover pure electric version will be built on the MLA platform with a dual-motor four-wheel drive design. As a medium and large SUV, it can easily accommodate a 100kWh battery pack. The cruising range is expected to exceed 480km.
In terms of product ratio, 43.3% of all the products currently sold by Jaguar Land Rover have been electrified. From the data of the fourth quarter of 2020 alone, its new energy models accounted for 53% of sales. Among them, 6.1% are pure electric vehicles, 5.5% are plug-in hybrid vehicles and 41.4% are light hybrid vehicles. According to the product plan of the Land Rover brand, in the next 5 years, 6 pure electric models will be launched one after another. The all-new Land Rover Range Rover pure electric version is one of them, and it will be launched in 2024.
In addition, the Land Rover brand will adopt a new MLA luxury electric architecture. The architecture is compatible with electric internal combustion engine systems at the initial stage. With the continuous development of future product sequences, it will also support pure electric vehicles. In addition, the Land Rover brand will also adopt the EMA luxury electric module architecture, which will also be compatible with electric internal combustion engine systems.