You’re looking at the latest addition to the new Land Rover Discovery Sport’s range ahead of its world premiere at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show. It’s called the HSE Dynamic Lux and it enhances the SUV’s exterior and interior styling, as well as its tech list.
The exterior of the Discovery Sports is pepped up with Narvik Black details, body-colored moldings and door claddings, plus 20-inch gloss black alloy wheels. Inside, the HSE Lux receives fresh colors and different trims.
The real big news, however, is the introduction of a new Intelligent Dynamics Pack that combines Land Rover’s latest All Terrain Progress Control (ATPC), which enables drivers to set and maintain a steady speed in off-road conditions, with the Active Driveline system that can switch between two- and four-wheel drive as conditions dictate, and an Adaptive Dynamics system with MagneRide dampers. This package is expected to be offered on the rest of the range as well.
In the UK, the new Discovery Sport HSE Dynamic Lux is available to order now with the firm’s TD4 180PS diesel engine paired to an automatic transmission priced from £46,000. Availability and pricing in other markets will be released later on.