Only the most soulless hack can call the Range Rover Hybrid a "green car" with an entirely straight face. A large SUV, merely by its existence, is not green. The new hybrid diesel Range Rover and Range Rover Sport are, at least, attempts at slightly less conspicuous consumption.
What do you get with a Range Rover Hybrid? The base 3.0-liter turbodiesel V6 and a small 47 horsepower electric motor which, when combined, will produce 335 horsepower and 516 lb-ft of torque. Not earth-shattering numbers, but not bad considering they also say it'll drop CO2 emissions by 26% and increase fuel economy to 44.1 mpg on the European combined scale.