Land Rover has delivered a new range-topping Discovery Sport model at Frankfurt – the Land Rover Discovery Sport HSE Dynamic Lux – costing £46,000.
The big news for yummy mummy transport from JLR at the Frankfurt Motor Show is the new Jaguar F-Pace, but Land Rover are getting in on the act with a new range-topping version of the new Discovery Sport – the Land Rover Discovery Sport HSE Dynamic Lux – costing from £46,000.
Clearly, Land Rover are finding there’s plenty of demand for Discovery Sports with plenty of toys, so the new HSE Dynamic Lux comes with plenty of cosmetic tweaks and goodies to tempt buyers to fork out larger chunks of cash.
Titivations include body colour mouldings, 20″ alloys, gloss black highlights, new interior colours and contrast stitching all designed to make the new Sport model stand out from its lesser siblings.
Also included is All Terrain Progress Control which works like cruise control under slippery conditions and on poor surfaces, controlling speed automatically between 1-19mph and even offering automatic launch.
The Active Driveline can switch between two and four-wheel-drive as needed as well as distributing the right amount of grip to make the most of traction available, and Adaptive Dynamics with MagneRide delivering more comfort regardless of what you’re doing in your Disco Sport.
The Discovery Sport HSE Dynamic Lux is now available to order from Land Rover’s UK dealers from £46,000 for the TD4 180PS Auto.