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Any expectations on what numbers will be like, especially compared to the i6?
I assume the downsize from the 5.0 means there's less of a difference, but the i6 might get weight savings from the MLA architecture to make up for it, so not sure.
 

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No official numbers yet, but the X5 M50i is 200lb lighter than the L460 and gets 16 city / 22 highway... same exact 523hp N63tu
 
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No official numbers yet, but the X5 M50i is 200lb lighter than the L460 and gets 16 city / 22 highway... same exact 523hp N63tu
The new rover needs to be better than that, as otherwise it would be similar to the 5L, after a downsize AND shedding weight.

I just care about the range, don't want to be intentionally inconveniencing myself too much.
 

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Until the 510e powertrain arrives in US, apparently 3rd quarter of 22 as a 23, fuel range and good power is not an option.
I too would never consider the BMW V8 as an option, too many awful experiences w/BMW powertrains. I’m still considering a Cayenne Turbo S hybrid PHEV if new RR PHEV is not available in US before end of 22. We shall see
 
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