2021 New Range Rover Evoque

CHARGING PORT INDICATORS

WARNING

Make sure all relevant safety warnings and cautions have been read and understood before charging the vehicle. See VEHICLE CHARGING SAFETY.

A label adjacent to the charging port provides a quick reference to the behaviour of the charging indicator LED in relation to charging status. See INSTRUMENT PANEL OVERVIEW.

A charging status light next to the charging port illuminates to aid connecting the cable in dark conditions and to show the current charging status. The instrument panel also shows the charging status. Both are illuminated as follows:

A white flashing light indicates that a cable has been detected and the vehicle is attempting to start charging with an initialisation process. If the flashing wihte light is shown for longer than 10 seconds, check connections at both ends of the cable and check for any incomplete steps at the charge post. The instrument panel flashes a white cable symbol.

A blue pulsing light indicates that the initialisation process has been completed and timed charging has been set. The vehicle is not currently charging but will charge prior to the set departure time. The instrument panel flashes the clock symbol shown above. See PRECONDITIONING SETTINGS.

A green pulsing light indicates that the initialisation process has been completed and the vehicle is charging. The instrument panel flashes a green cable symbol.

A continuous green light indicates that the vehicle charging is completed. The instrument panel displays a green cable symbol.

A flashing red light indicates a charging fault with the vehicle. The instrument panel displays a red charging symbol. If the charging fault persists, contact a retailer/authorised repairer.

Charging status can also be viewed via the MY EV touchscreen menu. See APPS SCREEN.