Given the success of Tesla and the growing popularity of hybrid and fully electric vehicles, it certainly seems like EVs are only going to continue rising in prevalence. It’s no secret that both BMW and Jaguar Land Rover want a slice of that pie, and a significant slice at that. With that, we had to zone in on their current models, the BMW i3s and Range Rover Sport P400e and find out exactly how do they fare in the EV game.
Even five years since the i3’s launch, its cabin remains a stark departure from what you’ll find in most BMWs. Personally, we think that’s a bad thing – for the rest of the line-up. There’s a lot to like inside this compact EV. Don’t let this deter you though, read our full review first!
Meanwhile, Land Rover’s electrification push starts with the Range Rover Sport P400e, its first-ever plug-in hybrid model. It stands out from its non-hybrid counterpart with a handful of model-specific visual tweaks, new technology features, and the cleanest powertrain ever fitted to a Range Rover. Read the full review