Some of the highlights of the 2017 Discovery Sport include the InControl Touch Pro which houses a 10.2-inch screen that pinches, zooms and swipes. Feed an address into the navigation setup and the system impressively pulls up the 360 degree Google street view on the screen. It uses a high performance Intel quad-core chip and graphics processor along with a quick Solid State Drive (SSD). Also featured in the new car is Land Rover’s all terrain progress control which is a low speed cruise control that combines hill descent control, and is primarily meant for off-road use.
Land Rover Japan promises to throw in their ‘premium care’ warranty program that includes free repairs for the first three years from purchase, or up to a mileage of 60,000km, including consumables. For now, buyers can choose their 2017 Discovery Sport from four new paint shades called silicon silver, farallon black, carpathian grey, and aruba metallic.