2019 Range Rover


A home charging cable is supplied with the vehicle. The home charging cable should be stored in its carry bag when not in use. Make sure the carry bag's tether straps are secured to the luggage anchor points when the vehicle is travelling. See ТОЧКИ КРЕПЛЕНИЯ БАГАЖА.

The home charging cable should only be used if a public charging cable and charging station are not available. A public charging cable connected to a charging station should be used whenever possible. Contact a retailer/authorised repairer in order to source a public charging cable and charging station.


The high voltage system has no serviceable parts. 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 result in serious injury or death. High voltage cables and connectors are coloured orange for identification purposes. If maintenance or repair is required, always consult a retailer/authorised repairer.


Do not expose the charge cable to rain, a direct jet of water, or a water splash. Do not immerse the charge cable in water.


Only connect charging cables to properly installed sockets, which meet national laws and standards and have been checked by a qualified technician. Serious damage may occur to the property and charging cable if the household supply is not appropriate for charging a hybrid vehicle.


Do not use a charging cable if there is any damage to the unit. If damage is apparent, contact a retailer/authorised repairer.


Do not use an extension lead or multiple socket in order to extend the reach of a charging cable. Serious damage to the extension cable and the property may occur.


When travelling abroad, do not connect a plug adaptor to a charging cable. Serious damage to the adaptor and the property may occur.


The vehicle supports AC charging only.


Further user instructions for the Mode 2 Basic (Home Charge) cable can be found at: https://www.aptiv.com/user-manual

In some circumstances, the vehicle may not charge. A failure to charge is identified in the following ways:

  • Via messages in the instrument panel and on the touchscreen.

  • Via the charging port indicators.

  • Via the charging cable indicators.

A failure to charge could be caused by:

  • A vehicle battery fault.

  • A high voltage cooling system fault.

  • A fault with the electricity supply to the vehicle.

This list is not exhaustive. If the vehicle fails to charge, contact a retailer/authorised repairer.

The following white or black hexagon labels with the letter C inside are EN62196-2 regulatory labels. Each is associated to an electric power supply. The main distinction is based on the supply method, whether it is based on vehicle connectors and inlets, or on plug and socket outlets.

Black hexagon with 'C' inside: AC, Type 2, Vehicle connector and vehicle inlet, less than or equal to 480 V RMS.

White hexagon with 'C' inside: AC, Type 2, Plug socket outlet, less than or equal to 480 V RMS.