The fifth-generation Land Rover Discovery SUV welcomes its first restyling since 2017, the year of its market release. For the SUV there is a revised appearance with a slight facelift but also several technological innovations for the passenger compartment and new more efficient engines, including hybrids.
As for the aesthetic updates, here is a new shape for the front lights, a new grille, and minor changes also to the tailgate. The most significant changes, however, are inside the passenger compartment, where you can find now more comfortable and comfortable seats and a more technological dashboard with a revised style. Present the 11.4-inch infotainment touchscreen (with support for over-the-air updates and compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto) and a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster with above the head-up display colors. Now in the cockpit, we can also use WiFi to connect up to eight devices.
News also in the engine range. We have to say goodbye to the old diesel V6s now replaced by a 2.0-liter turbo with four-cylinder in-line (296 hp) and a 3.0-liter turbo with six-cylinder in-line, with 335 hp mild-hybrid technology.
To signal the presence of a novel mode switch of guid in with a new Wade call mode that optimizes the behavior of the vehicle in order to overcome the tranquility of water fords. Prices for Discovery 2021 start at around 60,000 euros.