That's the question brand loyalists and fans are waiting to find out.
For years the Land Rover Range Rover was the symbol of off-road capabilities combined with plenty of luxury. It was the ideal vehicle for those who had plenty of money but not necessarily the desire to go off-road; it was just nice to have that option. But the latest generation Range Rover is a bit different from its predecessors. Yes, it still comes with a beefy V8 and that go anywhere ability, but now the UK brand has jumped into the going green bandwagon by launching the Range Rover Hybrid.
Land Rover claims that adding a battery pack doesn’t change the SUV’s character or its off-road prowess, but that’s what they say. The guys at XCAR wanted to find out for themselves whether or not this new hybrid variant still delivers the off-road goods.