The defender 400e combines a 296 HP 2.0-liter turbocharged four cylinder engine with a 141 horsepower electric hybrid output, both mounted in the front section. The resulting hybrid electric four-wheel drive system distributes the engine / motor output through three different modes. < / P > < p > up to 27 miles (43 km) in “EV” mode, can be driven by engine in “save” mode while retaining battery power, while “parallel hybrid” mode can use both engine and motor. < / P > < p > in parallel hybrid mode, the maximum power output is 398 horsepower and the torque is 472 LB ft. Pure electric low-speed driving can obtain 100% e-torque at 0 rpm. The electric power system improves the handling ability of low-speed off-road. The 100km acceleration time of 400e is 5.6 seconds, and the top speed can reach 130 mph (209 km / h). < / P > < p > the 19.2 kwh lithium-ion battery of the defender 400e is installed in a lower position at the rear of the vehicle, saving space in the car. Land Rover estimates fuel economy of 85.3 mpg (3.3 L / 100 km) and carbon dioxide emissions of 74 g / km. The included model 3 cable is able to fill 80% of its charge in 2 hours, while the mode 2 capability is provided separately for slower night charging. With a 50 kW fast charger, the 400e battery can turn off 80% in 30 minutes. < / P > < p > the defender 400e will come standard with an electronic air suspension, a 20 inch alloy wheel hub and an electric charging point on the left. It seems that the model is only for the European market, and it is not mentioned on Land Rover’s US website at present. Google said the proposed media negotiation rules would put its free services in Australia at “risk”