have debuted a sportier looking version of the Discovery Sport called the HSE
Dynamic Lux at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show.
Disco with the HSE Dynamic Lux package gets Narvik black glossy
exterior details with body coloured moulding and door cladding. The Dynamic Lux
also gets 20 inch black glossy rims and new interior colour and detailing.
Sport with the special package also gets All Terrain Progress Control (ATPC)
for better-off road abilities, Active Driveline which distributes the power to
the front or rear wheel while driving to achieve the best fuel economy as
possible, and Adaptive Dynamics with MagneRide which enhances the comfort for
the passengers and adjusts according to the terrain. It also comes with a
driver-selectable Dynamic mode on the Terrain Response system, increasing
throttle, gearbox and differential response, along with suspension and steering.
Sport HSE Dynamic Lux will have the TD4 engine that produces 180bhp with the
automatic gearbox and will be available in the Europe for GBP 46,000/-
Source: Land Rover
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