That’s right, this is still every bit as capable as other Range Rovers, even with the heavy battery pack. The P400e’s approach angle mirrors that of its gas-powered siblings (34.7 inches), while also achieving the same departure angle (24.5 inches) and ground clearance (11.7 inches). To some surprise, the plug-in also has the same maximum wading depth as the rest of the clan at 34.5 inches.

The roughly 600 pound weight penalty the plug-in carries over its siblings shouldn’t mean too much when it comes to taking the Range Rover off-road. More importantly, the PHEV keeps Land Rover’s fantastic Terrain Response system, giving the big SUV capability in dirt, gravel, sand, mud, and most everything else you can throw at it.