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Electric Range Rover joins supercar club

The world’s first zero emission electric Range Rover, using an engine from Liberty Electric Cars, will be available for members of ecurie25, a supercar sharing club.

Available later this year, the model has 80 per cent lower running costs than the equivalent petrol-powered version and has a driving range of 200 miles.

Barry Shrier, Liberty Electric Cars chief executive, said sales interest in the electric Range Rover had been “staggering”.

When the company formed in June this year, Liberty said the model will target buyers around the London congestion charge zone.

Shrier believes annual production of the electric Range Rover will reach tens of thousands and create 250 new jobs.

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