JLR adds PHEV and expands SV Bespoke options for new Range Rover

Alexi Falson

JLR is looking to ensure no two flagship Range Rovers hitting the road here in Australia will look alike, with the company expanding its SV Bespoke service for its range-toppers while adding a new plug-in hybrid powertrain option.

The most important upgrade comes in the form of a new 3.0-litre six-cylinder unit paired with a 160kW electric motor producing a combined 338kW of power. This is badged as the P460e.

There’s also a new mild-hybrid take on the SVR’s twin-turbo V8 that has increased efficiency and power up to 452kW while torque figures stand at an immense 750Nm.

Inside, there’s a new 13.1-inch floating infotainment display with the latest generation Pivi Pro operating system, haptic feedback and a new sidebar design for quickly changing the volume or climate control settings.

JLR says the SV Bespoke personalisation service has been further expanded to include 391 interior colourways and 230 colours for the exterior finish, and is happy to match any sample buyers can provide.

One of the best examples of this is the fact that JLR is more than happy to finish a Range Rover’s bonnet and tailgate script in no less than 24ct gold.

The 2024 Range Rover is available to order in Australia priced from $250,350, for the HSE D350 model.

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