Land Rover's Range Rover adds a plug-in hybrid variant for 2019.

Land Rover's Range Rover adds a plug-in hybrid variant for 2019.

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Land Rover's 2019 Range Rover will retail for at least $89,960, including a $995 delivery fee, and the new plug-in hybrid variant will cost $1,100 more than the comparable gasoline-powered model, the company has announced.

The flagship Range Rover will be available in five trim grades with four powertrain choices, and will offer additional advanced driver assistance systems as part of a heavy midcycle update in its fourth generation (L405).

Trim grades include the base model, HSE, Supercharged, Autobiography, and SVAutobiography Dynamic. The 3.0-liter turbocharged diesel (254 horsepower) will be available on the base and HSE models with Td6 badging. The base Range Rover is powered by a 3.0-liter supercharged V-6 that makes 340 hp. A more powerful version of the engine is also available with HSE (380 hp). The plug-in HSE P400e powertrain — a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four paired with an 85-kilowatt electric motor — makes 398 hp.

While the base HSE retails for $95,045, the plug-in version retails for $96.145.

Stepping up to the Supercharged model adds the 5.0-liter supercharged V-8 (518 hp). SVAutobiography Dynamic offers a more powerful version of the V-8 that makes 557 hp. The top three models also offer a long wheelbase model.

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