2019 Range Rover




In the event of a fault, damage, or fire affecting an electric or hybrid vehicle:

1. Always remember that the high voltage battery, subsystems, and components are energised and fully charged.

2. The high voltage battery, cables, and exposed electrical component pose a potential risk of electric shock.

3. The fumes from the ventilated and/or released high voltage battery are potentially toxic and inflammable.

4. Physical damage to the vehicle or to the high voltage battery may result in the immediate or delayed release of toxic and/or inflammable gases and in fire.


Do not touch the high voltage orange cables or components, especially if damage has occurred. Doing so may result in electrocution which can cause burns, serious injury or death.

A damaged high voltage battery may be a fire risk. Make sure that the vehicle is placed under surveillance in a dedicated storage area if the high voltage battery is damaged. Failure to do so may result in a fire, which can cause burns, serious injury or death.


Never disassemble, remove, or replace high voltage components, cables, or connectors. Tampering with the high voltage system can cause severe burns or electric shock, which may potentially result in serious injury or death.

The hybrid system has no serviceable parts. The high voltage cables and connectors are coloured orange for identification purposes. If maintenance or repair is required, always consult a retailer/authorised repairer. Failure to do so, may affect the vehicle’s warranty.

The hybrid system is insulated and protected with covers and shields. The result is that:

  • The system is insulated from the vehicle.

  • The system is protected from the environment.

  • Access is prevented by unqualified personnel.

The vehicle monitors the integrity of the hybrid system. If a hybrid system fault is detected, the instrument panel displays a relevant warning message and may also illuminate a warning lamp. See ПРЕДУПРЕЖДАЮЩИЕ СООБЩЕНИЯ СИСТЕМЫ ГИБРИДНОГО АВТОМОБИЛЯ.