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Luxurious new variant of the Discovery Sport will go on sale next month, and introduces advanced driver assistance tech
Darren Moss
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1 min read
15 September 2015

Land Rover has revealed a luxurious new version of the Discovery Sport at the Frankfurt motor show.

The Discovery Sport HSE Dynamic Lux goes on sale in October with prices starting from £46,000, making it the most expensive model in the range.

Exterior modifications include new black door and body cladding and 20-inch black alloy wheels, while the cabin features new colours and trim details.

Most importantly, the HSE Dynamic Lux also features a new Intelligent Dynamics options package, which brings together Land Rover’s All Terrain Progress Control and adaptive damper systems.

The car also features the ‘Active Driveline’ system, which allows drive to be sent to either two or four wheels depending on road conditions.

The Intelligent Dynamics package will soon be available as an optional extra on the rest of the Discovery Sport model range.

Land Rover design boss Gerry McGovern said: “The Discovery Sport Dynamic has been created to heighten the design appeal of the Discovery Sport.

Gloss black is a key accent colour differentiator on the exterior, while the use of body-coloured bumpers and door claddings emphasise its on-road, sporty presence.”

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SKH 18 September 2015

6 Cylinders.

Hopefully when JLR spin a new 6 cylinder engine off of the Igenium line, if they are going to stick with FWD based platforms for the Evoque/Discovery Sport, that they engineer it so it can be mounted transversely or longitudinal. Personally I don't want a four cylinder.
Deputy 15 September 2015

Is it 2010?

Still no adaptive cruise control option yet that's available on the competition and other Land (Range) Rover vehicles
Deputy 15 September 2015

Is it 2010?

Still no adaptive cruise control option yet that's available on the competition and other Land (Range) Rover vehicles