Land Rover India has announced the introduction of New Land Rover Discovery
with prices starting from Rs 88.06 lakh,
ex-showroom pan India.
the latest generation of six-cylinder Ingenium petrol and diesel engines,
advanced Pivi Pro infotainment and superior comfort and practicality, New
Discovery remains one of the most capable and connected full seven-seat premium
SUVs in the world.
Discovery DNA design cues – including the clamshell bonnet, the stepped roof
and the highly visible C-pillar – remain, but New Discovery delivers a bold
exterior evolution optimized to project a more confident road presence.
signature LED headlights with a daytime running light signature create a more
purposeful look, while animated sweeping front and rear indicators provide
heightened visual sophistication. A revised front bumper features a wider
body-coloured graphic and new side vents combine for a more purposeful and
the rear, New Discovery features new signature LED lights, which are joined
across the back of vehicle by a new Gloss Black panel. Following Land Rover’s
reductive design philosophy, this panel incorporates the trademark Discovery
script, providing a cleaner rear graphic.
New Discovery benefits from enhancements designed to highlight the premium
position and craftsmanship of its full-size seven-seat layout, with a spacious
cabin incorporating Land Rover’s cutting edge Pivi Pro infotainment. A completely
redesigned centre console houses its 48% larger 11.4 inches full HD
touchscreen, which provides a fast and intuitive interface. Land Rover’s SOTA
technology allows owners to update as many as 44 individual electronic modules,
without the inconvenience of visiting a Retailer.
combination with the 12.3 inches Interactive Driver Display, New Discovery
provides high-definition 3D mapping within the instrumentation, leaving the
central touchscreen free to control other applications. The high-resolution digital
instruments can be configured to show a pair of conventional dials, full-screen
3D navigation guidance or a combination of the two, allowing drivers to
customize the view to suit their preference.
comfort is supported by Cabin Air Ionisation, now available with PM2.5 air
filtration technology. It actively scans incoming air, measuring its quality
and automatically uses advanced filters to reduce the level of allergens,
toxins and harmful particulates in the cabin, enhancing driver wellbeing.
and convenience are further enhanced by the introduction of Land Rover’s Click
and Go tablet holders, incorporated into the front seatbacks. The easy-to-use
system also includes USB-A charging sockets that are perfectly located to
minimize trailing wires.
Versatility at its heart
family versatility is a hallmark of the Discovery SUV family and the spacious
and intelligent New Discovery is no exception. Its optional hands-free Gesture
Tailgatecan detect the wave of a foot beneath the rear bumper to open the boot
while the Powered Inner Tailgate restrains loose items and doubles as a handy
Intelligent Seat Fold technology allows customers to effortlessly configure the
seating layout using the central touchscreen, while Remote app technology lets
customers keep tabs on the fuel status and location of their vehicle and even
unlock and lock the doors.
the back, the second-row seats have been carefully redesigned for enhanced
comfort. Improved lateral support, longer thicker cushions and careful seat
profiling all contribute to greater under-thigh support and improved posture
Land Rover’s new second-generation Activity
Key is also available. It features touchscreen controls, a digital watch and
can lock, unlock and start the vehicle as an addition to the conventional fob.
Discovery introduces new straight-six Ingenium engines, both petrol and diesel,
with enhanced efficiency, performance and smoothness. The new engines are
available alongside Land Rover’s four-cylinder P300 Ingenium petrol powertrain.
straight-six engine family was designed and developed in-house and the advanced
diesel is available in 221kW output, while the powerful petrol delivers 265kW.
New Discovery engine line-up in full:
296hp, 2.0 I four-cylinder petrol, 400Nm of torque at 1 500- 4 500rpm
P360: 355hp, 3.0 I six-cylinder petrol, 500Nm of torque at 1 750- 5 000rpm
D300: 296hp, 3.0 I six-cylinder diesel, 650Nm of torque at 1 500- 2 500rpm
New Discovery models with six-cylinder Ingenium engines feature an advanced
driveline which optimises the torque split between front and rear axles, using
a range of sensors to distribute torque to suit the conditions. The new
Intelligent All-Wheel Drive system maximizes traction, on-road dynamics and
driveline efficiency, resulting in improved fuel economy and reduced CO2
emissions in normal driving, with no compromise to Discovery’s trademark
Terrain Response 2 technology, New Discovery is always automatically primed to
suit the driving conditions while the new Wade Mode optimises the vehicle for
deep water fording – even applying the brakes automatically when the driver
disengages Wade Mode, to restore full performance from the first application of
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