For 2020, the classic Land Rover Range Rover V6 will be replaced by an inline six-cylinder sourced from Jaguar Land Rover’s Ingenium line. The engine uses an electric supercharger to pump out 355 horsepower (to start), an increase of 15 hp over the previous generation. The new engine comes with a small battery and a mild hybrid system to run the supercharger and boost fuel efficiency.
The bigger news is the addition of a plug-in hybrid to the lineup. Starting with a tuned version of a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine, the plug-in hybrid adds 13.1-kWh battery and a 141-hp electric motor. The result is even more horsepower and torque than the new inline six.