For 2020, Land Rover has added a trim level for the Range Rover Hybrid, building on the mid-tier HSE, and offering the fully-loaded Autobiography, too. Both share the same 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder that works in tandem with an electric motor for a combined system output of 398 hp and 472 lb-ft. Both trims use an eight-speed automatic and are full-time all-wheel-drive equipped.
Although the HSE is considered mid-tier for the Range Rover lineup, in Hybrid guise it comes as the entry-level model, fully equipped with 20-inch wheels (21 inches on Autobiography), sunroof, perforated Windsor leather seats that are power-adjustable 20-ways, and a 19-speaker Meridian sound system. Blind-spot monitoring is standard, as is traffic sign recognition, cruise control and a host of driver aids. Moving up to the Autobiography trim adds even more luxury, with four-zone climate control, more seat adjustments and ventilation to the front perches, adaptive cruise control, a head-up display, and a banging 29-speaker sound system.