Land Rover Discovery facelift to be launched soon

By Aditya Jadhav | on April 30, 2021

Land Rover India has listed the 2021 Discovery on its India website. And the British SUV maker has revealed all the details as well. The facelifted SUV is likely to be launched by the early next quarter

Jaguar Land Rover India has listed the facelift Discovery on its official website that confirms the launch of the 2021 model soon. The 2021 Land Rover Discovery could be following the launch of the 2021 Jaguar F-Pace in India. However, given the pandemic situation and the nationwide panic regarding medical assistance, the launch is likely to be delayed. The 2021 Jaguar F-Pace could be launched in the month of July along with the 2021 Discovery.

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The Land Rover Discovery that is arriving in India was showcased in November last year. The India-specific website suggests the 2021 Discovery will be offered with two petrol and over diesel drivetrain. The Petrol engine options will be a 2.0-litre in-line four and 3.0-litre in-line six-cylinder units. The latter one will come mated to a MHEV system. The diesel, on the flip side, will be offered with a 3.0-litre in-line six-cylinder equipped with a MHEV system.

Following are the specifications of the upcoming Land Rover Discovery facelift:

2021 Land Rover Discovery






3.0-litre (MHEV)

3.0-litre (MHEV)

Engine layout

in-line four-cylinder

in-line six-cylinder

in-line six-cylinder


296bhp at 5,500rpm

355bhp between 5,500-6,500rpm

296bhp at 4,000rpm


400Nm between 1,500-4,500rpm

500Nm between 2,750-5,500rpm

650Nm between 1,500-2,500rpm


8-speed Automatic

8-speed Automatic

8-speed Automatic


4x4 with terrain response system

4x4 with terrain response system

4x4 with terrain response system

0-100km/hr timing

7.3 seconds

6.5 seconds

6.8 seconds

Top speed




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The 2021 Discovery gets a 4x4 two-speed transfer case with a low range as optional – along with a terrain response system. The Discovery gets an air-suspension system that can increase or decrease the ride height should the driver wish. The electronic package includes a torque vectoring system, stability programming, and a traction control system. 

The water fording depth is 900mm. The approach angle is 34-degree and the departure angle 30-degree. The ramp-over angle is 27.5-degrees. The interiors sport a few changes as well. The mainstay of the cabin is the 11.4-inch Pivi Pro infotainment system, and 12.3-inch digital instrumentation. The pricing is expected to be hiked marginally over the outgoing model, and expect the bookings for the facelift Land Rover Discovery to commence by the last weeks of May 2021.

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