Land Rover has launched a new variant in its Discovery Sport line up, known as the HSE Dynamic Lux.
Unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show, the Discovery Sport HSE Dynamic Lux features a number of visual enhancements in the form of Narvik Black exterior details, body-coloured mouldings and door claddings and 20” Gloss Black wheels. New interior colour schemes and detailing have also been introduced.
But what separates the Discovery Sport HSE Dynamic Lux from the standard models of the SUV is its increased off-road capability.
Firstly, this iteration of the Discovery Sport comes with what Land Rover calls as the ‘All Terrain Progress Control’. The system maintains a steady speed in off-road conditions, while also adjusting the vehicle’s behaviour according to the terrain.
Then there’s Active Driveline which intelligently switches from two-wheel drive to four-wheel drive and vice versa. The driver can monitor its operation on the 8-inch touchscreen display.
And finally, there’s Active Dynamics. As the name suggests, the system adapts to road conditions and drive input using a special damping fluid containing magnetic particles.
The Land Rover Discovery Sport HSE Dynamic Lux is available in the UK with a starting price tag of £46,000 (Rs 47.2 lakh).