2019 Range Rover



When charging a Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV), always make sure that the charging cable is fully unwound. Failure to fully unwind the charging cable could lead to overheating of the cable.


Make sure you select the correct charging cable for your vehicle when using a public charging station. The charging cable should provide an AC charge, with a connector that matches the vehicle’s charging port.


Make sure that the AC charging cable meets standard IEC62196-2.

To connect a charging cable to the vehicle:

  1. Unlock the vehicle.

  2. Make sure Park (P) is selected.

  3. Make sure the vehicle’s ignition is switched off.

  4. Plug in the domestic connector to the electricity supply.


    Always connect the charging cable to the electricity supply before connecting to the vehicle. See ЗАРЯДКА АВТОМОБИЛЯ — ВВЕДЕНИЕ.

  5. Open the charging port and remove the cap. See РАСПОЛОЖЕНИЕ РАЗЪЕМА ЗАРЯДКИ.

  6. Connect the charging cable to the charging port.

The charging cable is locked in position once connected.


Do not attempt to pull the cable from the charging port once it is locked. Damage to the cable's locking mechanism will result. Press the unlock button on the smart key if urgent disconnection is required. The cable's locking mechanism re-engages after 30 seconds.

If the conditions listed 1-6 above have been met, the charging process starts automatically. See ИНДИКАТОРЫ РАЗЪЕМА ДЛЯ ЗАРЯДКИ and ИНДИКАТОРЫ КАБЕЛЯ ЗАРЯДКИ.

If a timed charging event has been set, the charging process may be delayed. See ЗАРЯДКА C ОТСРОЧКОЙ ПО ВРЕМЕНИ — ОБЗОР.


If a power cut occurs during the charging process, the charging process stops. The vehicle checks if power has been restored every 5 minutes. Once power is restored, the charging process resumes automatically.


A power cut may affect the vehicle’s ability to fully charge prior to embarking on a journey.


The vehicle is unable to start with the charging cable connected. See ЗАПУСК ДВИГАТЕЛЯ.