2020 Range Rover P400 hybrid verdict

The new Range Rover P400 uses a six-cylinder hybrid petrol engine which promises strong performance and more palatable running costs. Does it deliver?...

Range Rover P400 front corner driving shot

While the mild-hybrid tech helps economy and emissions, this is still a big, heavy, petrol-powered luxury SUV. In our custody, the best we saw on the trip computer during regular driving was an average of just over 24mpg. But although we wouldn’t recommend the P400 for its fuel-efficiency, we can certainly see the appeal of this smooth, powerful engine.

That still leaves the diesel-fuelled SDV6 as our pick of the range, though. It’s not as fast outright, but it feels more flexible when you’re pottering around and is noticeably more economical in the real world.

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Rated 4 out of 5

2020 Range Rover P400 Vogue specification

Price £90,580 Engine 6cyl, 2996cc, petrol, turbo Power 395bhp at 5500-6500 Torque 406lb ft at 2000-5000rpm Gearbox 8-spd automatic 0-62mph 6.3sec Top speed 140mph Fuel economy 26.7mpg (WLTP) CO2, tax band 240g/km (WLTP), 37%