First Look: Range Rover Electric Teased for 2024 Debut

Land Rover has started the process of offering electrified versions of all its vehicles. The company released a teaser for the Range Rover Electric, which is set to feature an 800-volt architecture and the benefits of a modern EV. According to Land Rover, the vehicle will be just as powerful and capable off-road as its gas-powered counterparts, with the ability to wade through 850mm of water.

Details about the Range Rover Electric are still limited, but the vehicle is expected to have performance comparable to a flagship Range Rover V8. The all-terrain capability of the electric model is being developed in-house by Land Rover experts. The company also claims that the electric version will be the “quietest and most refined Range Rover ever created,” thanks to its active road noise cancellation configuration and sound design.

The electric Range Rover will be built on Jaguar Land Rover’s Modular Longitudinal Architecture (LMA) and use an 800-volt architecture to enable fast-charging on public networks. Land Rover is also promising a seamless electric ownership experience, including effortless charging, energy partnerships, software-over-the-air updates, and intelligent technology to maximize range. The vehicle and batteries will be built in the UK in Solihull and Wolverhampton.

Despite missing information about range, performance, and other key specifications, interested customers can join the waiting list for the Range Rover Electric. A promotional video featuring glimpses of the vehicle, a model in a gold dress wearing green rubber boots, and koi fish has been released to generate interest in the upcoming electric model.