The new 2020 Land Rover Discovery Sport, a new take on a classic theme as the details and pricing has been revealed. The new iconic model features a “Premium Transverse Architecture” mixing High Strength Steel (HSS). And with a host of other materials for a car body that’s a quoted 10-percent stiffer. Besides other changes, the addition of third-row seating makes it more of family car as it was missing in these models. Other than this, the small SUV features additional grip and smooth ride.
While, talking about changes, it has revised exterior styling, a new base trim and an optional mild hybrid engine. It also equipped with new and superior interior materials and additional tech features.
2020 Land Rover Discovery Sport
The first thing that the automakers improved in new version is the interior. The interior is much richer than earlier models, as the cabin now offers sustainable materials and even more folding-seat configurations for better versatility than before.
Other than these, there is a standard infotainment features such as Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and a 4G LTE mobile hotspot. The available technology grows from there, with everything from advanced camera systems to contemporary driver and safety assists. The new Discovery also holds an adaptive cruise control, forward-collision warning and automated emergency braking, lane-keeping assist, and more.
This time, there are two Discovery Sport drive options, both have turbocharged four-cylinder gasoline engines: the P250 gets 246 hp but no hybrid tech. on the other hand, the 286 hp P290 uses a 48-volt mild-hybrid system to harvest energy normally lost during deceleration, then stores it in an under-floor battery.
Whereas, the standard all-wheel drive helps the Sport conquer bumpy terrain and all of the seasons—along with a host of optional trail-rated equipment. The Disco Sport can even wade into as much as 23.6 inches of water tow up to 4409 pounds.