Jaguar Land Rover
Like it or not, the SUV has become the dominant automotive species in the early 21st century.
The combination of station wagon cargo capacity and umpire’s chair driving position are what the public wants and what the public buys.
And we have the Range Rover to thank for all of this—it was the first in class.
Last month, Jaguar Land Rover—which counts the Range Rover among its models—announced that it would be adding an electric option for every new vehicle in its line up.
As of today, at least two have broken cover. Last week, the Range Rover Sport P400e ran into the open.
Today, the car maker revealed the Range Rover P400e.
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