Beyond the ultimate convenience and cost savings of home charging, a timely top-up at
your destination can be a great way to extend the electric range of your Land Rover plug-in hybrid (PHEV) throughout the day.
This will also help to reduce your fuel costs and your environmental footprint thanks to
zero tailpipe emissions when driving in full Electric Vehicle (EV) mode.
With a rapidly-growing network of charging points – including retail parks, gyms, car parks
and even your workplace – there have never been more opportunities to charge up while
you’re parked up. And finding them all couldn’t be simpler.
To connect to a charging point, your Land Rover PHEV uses a Combined Charging System (CCS). This is compatible with slower AC charging speeds, and on selected models, rapid DC charging speeds. Some other car manufacturers use different systems for charging such as CHAdeMO. These are less-widely used across the charging network and are incompatible with Land Rover PHEVs.
Slower AC charging points are in places such as retail parks, gyms and car parks. Rapid DC charging points are typically located on motorways and main roads.
Although some charge points are free to use, the majority are accessible via convenient pay-as-you-go methods, including mobile apps, membership accounts, or a contactless bank card.
The cost of charging will typically be a combination of a connection fee, charging time (cost per hour) and/or the amount of energy used (cost per kWh).
We recommend familiarising yourself with more than one provider to ensure the best coverage and payment methods at your destination – especially when visiting another country.
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