Land Rover Discovery Gets New Electronics and a Diesel Base Trim for 2018

Just one year after its introduction, the Land Rover Discovery receives new electronics and colors for 2018, to keep pace with the company’s pricier offerings.

The 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster found in the 2018 Range Rover Velar and the full-size 2018 Range Rover is now standard on the Discovery HSE and is a $565 option on the base SE. It can switch among several designs, from a classic two-dial layout to full-screen maps, although switching views is cumbersome when on the move. The optional head-up display is 2.5 times larger and can project full-color images on the windshield, as opposed to the 2017 model’s simpler four-color display. The 10.2-inch central touchscreen with the InControl Touch Pro infotainment system (with in-car Wi-Fi upgraded from 3G to 4G) is standard on the SE whereas, previously, it was restricted to the HSE. Read more about the Land Rover Discovery...

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08 Mar 2018