The battery in your Land Rover electric hybrid consists of several individual Lithium-ion modules working together inside a single rechargeable pack.
Pressing your Land Rover’s accelerator delivers power from the battery to the electric motor driving the wheels. This gradually consumes the amount of electricity stored, until it’s time to plug in and recharge again.
Plug-in electric hybrid batteries are designed to last even longer than the life of your Land Rover. Unlike the much smaller version of a Lithium-ion battery found inside your laptop or mobile phone, a Land Rover electric hybrid battery uses specific technologies and techniques to optimise its performance for many years and many thousands of kilometres.
This includes sophisticated liquid-cooling systems and a smart buffer that helps to protect the battery from the wearing effects of constant charging.
For your peace of mind, we guarantee the battery in your Land Rover electric hybrid for 6 years or 100,000 km – whichever comes first. And while it’s under warranty, our EV experts will fix any material defects free of charge.
In fact, the rare occurrence of a battery issue is generally caused by a single cell. The module containing this cell can easily be replaced to return the pack to its peak performance.