Land Rover Discovery Sport
The versatile compact SUV
The Land Rover Discovery Sport arrived at the end of 2014 and was the third generation of compact SUV to be launched by the company. The first two generations were the Freelander Mk1 and Mk2, while the Discovery Sport used a heavily modified version of the latter as its basis.
Distinct contours, perfectly balanced proportions and characteristic design cues distinguish the Discovery Sport. With the flexibility of 5+2 seating, clever storage solutions and enough space for everyone, Discovery Sport is versatile by design. Capability and composure in equal measure. The joy of Discovery Sport is in finding that no adventure is out of reach.
It is 4590mm in length, 1895mm wide, with a height of 1724mm and a kerb weight of 1744-1839kg.
The 2020 Land Rover Discovery Sport can tow up to 4,409 pounds!
The seven-seat Discovery Sport has a space-saver spare wheel mounted externally under the boot floor, and it uses the same mounting brackets as Land Rover’s official tow bar. The five-seat Discovery Sport has the spare wheel under the boot floor in place of the third-row seating.
The launch of the Discovery Sport marked the beginning of Land Rover’s decision to promote Discovery as a sub-brand to sit alongside the upmarket Range Rover nameplate.
Discovery Sport is the sister car to the Range Rover Evoque, as both models use the same platform and engines and they’re also both built at Land Rover’s Halewood production facility in Liverpool.
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