2018 Model Year of the Land Rover Discovery Sport SUV has been launched in the Indian market. Price list of the updated model hasn’t been mentioned by the carmaker, therefore it is believed to remain unchanged. The SUV’s 2017 model comes in a total of five variants – 2.0L Diesel Pure, SE, HSE (7-seater), HSE Luxury and 2.0L Petrol HSE (7-seater) – priced between Rs 42.00 lakh to Rs 55.47 lakh (ex-showroom). Read: New Land Rover Discovery – Price & Pictures
Commenting on the launch of 2018 Land Rover Discovery Sport, Rohit Suri, President &Managing Director, Jaguar Land Rover India Ltd. (JLRIL), said: “The Discovery Sport has been enriched for Model Year 2018 to provide a more connected experience to our tech-savvy customers in India. This emphasizesour commitment to offer the very latest in in-car infotainment and connected technologies.” Read – New Land Rover Range Rover Revealed
The 2018 Land Rover Discovery Sport comes with a pack of advanced comfort and connectivity features. The new model offers Wi-Fi Hotsport allowing users to access in-car 4G hotspot for up to eight devices. Land Rover has improved the infotainment capabilities of the SUV by offering ‘InControl – Pro Services’. The key features of these services include the Route Planner App, Commute Mode and Sharing ETA.
The Route Planner App enables users to navigate to the syn routes with the car’s navigation system. It is available from Google Play Store and Apple Store. While the Commute mode feature learns a regular route and displays diversions if there are delays on the existing regular route, the Sharing ETA allows sharing of updates with certain contacts on expected time of arrival (ETA)via SMS. Read About – All New Range Rover Velar SUV
No changes have been made to the design and engine of the car. The 2018 Land Rover Discovery Sport continues to come with the 2.2-litre, 16V TD4 diesel and 2.0-litre Si4 petrol powertrain options. The former makes 147.5bhp at 4,000rpm with 400Nm at 1,750rpm, while the latter delivers 177bhp at 5,500rpm and 340Nm at 1,750rpm. Transmission, too, remains unchanged – i.e. 9-speed automatic.
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