This is neat stuff, I like the Terrain Response in a Defender and the way it uses HDC for the regenerative braking – see PR below.
- Land Rover continues to champion innovation in engineering and develop sustainable automotive solutions
- Engineered to deliver zero emissions while retaining legendary all-terrain capability
- Innovative powertrain combines a 70kw electric motor with lithium-ion battery pack
Land Rover is continuing to champion British innovation and cutting-edge automotive engineering by unveiling seven new Electric Defender models at the Geneva Motor Show. The research vehicle delivers zero emissions while retaining its tough, go-anywhere capability.