The New Range Rover has arrived with a plug-in hybrid model that features fast DC charging. Coming in two trims, the P440e and P510e, the SUV makes 434 and 503 horsepower respectively between its inline-six ICE and electric drivetrain. The hybrid system allows for 48 miles of all-electric driving, and when combined with the SUV's 50kWh DC fast charging capability, Land Rover estimates that up to 75 percent of trips could be electric-only. Orders for the plug-in hybrid are available now, along with the rest of the New Range Rover lineup. Land Rover expects to launch the first all-electric Range Rover in 2024.