On the face of it, little has changed, but the upgraded interior and new plug-in hybrid engine makes this a good Sport.
Land Rover has unveiled a face-lifted Discovery for 2021, which is priced from £53,090 and comes with 48V mild hybrid options.
The seventh generation of this premium saloon was a clear winner when Fleet News’ readers were asked to choose their favourite new company car of 2019.
To celebrate 30 years of Discovery, Land Rover has launched the new Discovery Landmark Edition, with a range of extras.
Re-invented Land Rover Discovery is more luxurious and more refined than ever, but still has class-leading 'go-anywhere' ability.
Land Rover will scale back production of Discovery Sport and Range Rover Evoque models this year, but lead times will not be affected.
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