The latest iteration of the Discovery is based on the brand's latest light full-size SUV architecture. This next-generation Discovery is 480kg lighter than the previous model and sits on an aluminium monocoque chassis. So it's expected to be more comfortable, faster and even more capable than its predecessor.
The standard features in the SUV include the InControl Touch Pro infotainment system, a 14-speaker Meridian digital surround system and four 12V charging points amongst others. The central touchscreen can be controlled through a smartphone app which is part of the InControl Touch Pro Services. The main highlight here is the Intelligent Seat Fold technology, which allows passengers to reconfigure the second- and the third-row seats.
The new Land Rover Discovery is powered by a supercharged 3.0-litre V6 petrol mill churning out 335bhp and 450Nm of torque. There's also a 3.0-litre six-cylinder diesel engine option which produces 254bhp and 600Nm of torque. While the latter will be powering the TdV6 trim, the former will power the Si6 variant.
This Land Rover Discovery is a full-size SUV with a seven-seater layout. It's the fifth-generation model since its introduction back in 1989. It goes up against the Mercedes-Benz GLS, Audi Q7 and the Volvo XC90 in the Indian market.
The ex-showroom prices are as mentioned below -
3.0 l Petrol S - Rs 68.05 lakhs
3.0 l Petrol SE - Rs 71.15 lakhs
3.0 l Petrol HSE - Rs 74.23 lakhs
3.0 l Petrol HSE Luxury - Rs 78.91 lakhs
3.0 l Petrol First Edition - Rs 84.43 lakhs
3.0 l Diesel S - Rs 78.37 lakhs
3.0 l Diesel SE - Rs 85.30 lakhs
3.0 l Diesel HSE - Rs 89.54 lakhs
3.0 l Diesel HSE Luxury - Rs 95.47 lakhs
3.0 l Diesel First Edition - Rs 102.86 lakhs