The Discovery Sport was just announced, and drivers are ready for the off-road performance in an electric hybrid. However, Land Rover designed multiple options for the Discovery including a base supercharged engine that gets 340 horsepower. The turbodiesel and electric hybrid are two other trims that also offer horsepower, but you’ll get more performance from the V6 petrol engine.

The Discovery turbodiesel option is great for everyday driving, and it still has off-roading features. The Discovery Sport is a sleeker version that includes an Ingenium engine that gets an output of up to 250PS. All Discovery models come with all-wheel drive powertrains and off-roading options, such as Terrain Response 2 or the All Terrain Progress Control package.

The performance is amazing in the latest Land Rover models. Want to see what we mean? You can check out the latest Discovery when you visit Land Rover Fox Valley for a test drive around Appleton.

 

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