Tata-owned Jaguar Land Rover is launching upgraded facelift models of its vehicles in the Indian market. After the Range Rover Evoque, the company has now launched another popular SUV, the facelift model of Land Rover Discovery Sport. The company has launched the base variant ‘Sport S’ of Land Rover Discovery Sport at an ex-showroom price of Rs 57.06 lakh. While the ex-showroom price of its top variant ‘R-Dynamic SE’ has been kept at Rs 60.89 lakh.
The new Discovery Sport will now get a BS-6 diesel engine. At the same time, petrol models will be launched after some time. Booking of the car has also started from February 13, 2020 and its delivery will also start in a few days. Let me tell you that Land Rover Discovery Sport is manufactured in India only.
Meet New Discovery Sport. With optimised design, enhanced on-road and off-road capability and with state-of-the-art technology, it’s ready to reignite the spirit of ‘Never Stop Discovering’. Priced from ₹ 57.06 Lakh.*#NeverStopDiscovering
Find out more: https://t.co/8pfqgRC6Ya pic.twitter.com/b3a2mTBvdS
— Land Rover India (@landroverindia) February 13, 2020
The grille has been given a fresh look in the new Discovery Sport, the LED headlights have been updated. Along with this, dual tone bumpers are also giving a new look to the actor of the car. You will see changes in its interior more than the actor. It is based on the recently launched Evoque platform. It has a large 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster on steering. Along with this, the 10.25-inch big touchscreen has also been given in the car with the company’s Touch Pro feature. The new Discovery will now also get Apple car play and Android Auto connectivity options.
Land Rover Discovery is known for its unmatched power. Its 2.0-liter BS-6 Compliant D180 diesel engine generates a power of 180 horsepower and torque of 430Nm. At the same time, the petrol P250 engine generates 248 horsepower power and 365Nm torque. The Discovery Sport also gets a 9-speed automatic transmission, start / stop technology and different drive modes. The car will compete with Mercedes-Benz GLC, Audi Q5, Volvo XC60 and BMW X3 in the market.