Design Land Rover has refreshed the design of the Discovery Sport, with new exterior features that include a new grille, front and rear bumpers, lower body mouldings and LED headlamps. Beneath the skin the 2020 model has an all-new platform, Land Rover’s Premium Transverse Architecture. Inside, the look is cleaner and more upmarket. The second-row seats now split 20:40:20, giving a claimed 24 different interior layouts as well as seat-down rear load space of 1,794-litres.
Performance The 2020 Discovery Sport is available with three diesel and two petrol drivetrains. With the exception of the entry model front-wheel drive D150 Manual, all come with 48V mild hybrid tech, which stores energy from braking and allows the engine to coast during deceleration, providing near-instant restarts and electrically-assisted acceleration. The best economy and emissions figures are achieved by the D150, which claims 47.8mpg on the WLTP test, while the top performer is the petrol P250, which can cover 0-62mph in 7.1 seconds.
Technology and Equipment The responsive new Pivi Pro infotainment software puts control at your fingertips and includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration. Innovative technologies include the high-definition rear-view mirror which can switch between camera view and mirror view, plus the ClearSight Ground View allows the driver to ‘see through’ the bonnet to the wheels to avoid anything from rocks to parking bollards.
Safety Standard safety features include front and rear parking aids, a rear camera, Autonomous Emergency Braking and Lane Keep Assist, Driver Condition Monitor and Cruise Control and Speed Limiter. The optional ‘Driver Assist’ pack adds Adaptive Cruise Control with Steer Assist and 360-degree Surround Camera, as well as Blind Spot Assist, High Speed Emergency Braking, Park Assist, 360-degree Parking Aid, Rear Traffic Monitor, Wade Sensing and Clear Exit Monitor.

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