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The new Discovery revealed in Paris.

The new Land Rover Discovery Sport was launched at the Paris Motor Show, promoted as a ‘the most versatile compact SUV’. Unmistakably a Land Rover it maintains the strong lines of a Discovery and the off-road ability we expect from this badge.

So what has changed? The New Discovery has sleeker and more aerodynamic lines and with its 3.1 inch longer wheel base (107.9in) comes with flexible interior options of a the sliding second row of seats to allow an adaptable space to its 1698 litres of load space or access to the optional 3 row of seats know as 5+2

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This new addition to the Badge can be built to your own specification with all the usual entertainment options.

Teeming with technology the on and off-road ‘Terrain Response’ has numerous settings from snow to grass and the ‘Active Driveline’ controls the traction and composure coupled with the ‘Blind Spot Monitor’ which activates a warning light in the relevant door mirror. Extra options include an ‘Emergency braking system’ this uses cameras and the on board computer to calculate and alert the driver of any collision risk and applies the brakes. ‘Wade Sensor’ that monitors water depth and the 600mm vehicle wade capacity with sensors in the door mirrors.

 Available with Petrol 2 litre turbocharged four cylinder and a Diesel turbocharged 2.2 litre four cylinder engine, automatic options come with a 9 speed gearbox.