Land Rover has launched a new version of the Discovery Sport called the Discovery Sport Dynamic. The new model has enhanced visual styling with narvik black exterior details, body-colored moldings and door claddings along with new wheel choices. Those wheel choices include 19-inch satin dark grey or 20-inch gloss black wheels.
Colors and details inside the Dynamic model are also updated along with other interior details. While much of the Discovery Sport Dynamic is focused on style, the vehicle is also very capable off-road with the All Terrain Progress Control system that is able to maintain a set speed in off-road conditions.
The ATPC system is like cruise control for off-roading and operates between 2 km/h and 30 km/h. The system also features a launch setting to make it easy to pull away on snow or wet grass when traction is low.
The Discovery Sport has also gained E-Capability to deliver the lowest possible C02 output for each Discovery Sport version. Each of the E-Capability models will wear a blue SPORT badge on the rear of the vehicle. One E-Capability example is the Discovery Sport E-Capability producing 123g/km of C02, the 2WD version gets a 150PS Ingenium Diesel engine.