The new Land Rover Discovery Sport has been enhanced with mild-hybrid Ingenium diesel engines and the latest Pivi and Pivi Pro infotainment system. Following the launch of the P300e plug-in hybrid earlier in 2020, a number of additional new engine options are now available for the Discovery Sport, including Land Rover’s next generation of four-cylinder diesel engines.
Land Rover has updated the Discovery Sport compact premium SUV. According to the company, it “has been transformed to make it more efficient, technologically-advanced and practical, keeping its occupants safe and comfortable in any conditions”. Rawdon Glover, Managing Director, Jaguar Land Rover UK, said: “Discovery Sport has been a stunning sales success for Land Rover, leading the way for the past three years and selling almost one hundred thousand models in the UK to date. The new model combines everything the Discovery family of vehicles embodies with a greater focus on modern life – whether through the new electrified 48-volt MHEV or PHEV powertrains, the latest technologies that keep you connected at all times, or the durable materials used throughout the cabin. The result is a compact seven-seat SUV that caters for every family, in every eventuality.”There is a completely new infotainment interface and the latest connectivity, plus a more flexible seating arrangement with up to 24 combinations. Under the skin, new electrified engines include a 48-volt mild hybrid from launch to help reduce emissions and fuel consumption.
The desirable Discovery Sport is now three years old, bringing the Freelander replacement within reach of used buyers. It certainly looks stylish and most trim levels come with lavish amounts of kit.
Land Rover has enhanced its record-breaking Discovery Sport range with a new special edition. The new Landmark Edition salutes Discovery Sport’s success as the fastest-selling Land Rover of all time – coinciding with the brand’s year-long 70th anniversary celebrations. Powered by Land Rover’s TD4 178 bhp diesel Ingenium engine, Landmark offers customers a unique colour and trim combination.
A Land Rover Discovery with the company’s latest Ingenium diesel engine has towed a three-car train weighing 100 tonnes – sixty times the vehicle’s own weight.
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Land Rover has further enhanced the visual appeal and capability of its latest premium, compact SUV with the launch of the Discovery Sport HSE Dynamic Lux at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show.
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Land Rover has unveiled innovative Augmented Reality (AR) technology to support the launch of the New Discovery Sport bridging the gap between the announcement and vehicles arriving in showrooms.