The Land Rover Discovery measures 4,829 mm in length, 2,200 mm in width, 1,887 mm in height and has a wheelbase 2,855 mm. The ramp angle of the SUV can be increased from 22.8 degrees to 27.3 degrees in its off road setting. Similarly settings for the approach angle and the departure angle can be increased for off road conditions. The approach angle can be increased from 32.2 degrees to 36.2 degrees and the departure angle can be increased from 26.7 degrees to 29.6 degrees.
The Land Rover Discovery’s interiors are are offered with high quality materials. In addition to the materials, the SUV is also offered with a 17 speaker Meridian audio system which is paired to the infotainment system. This infotainment system supports Bluetooth connectivity and also has phone as well as audio controls mounted on the steering. In addition to the steering mounted controls, the Land Rover Discovery is also offered with cruise control, automatic climate control and flexible seating. The third row can also be folded down to increase cargo space when needed.
The Land Rover Discovery’s 3.0 litre turbocharged diesel engine generates 245 hp of power at 4,000 rpm and 600 Nm of torque from 2,000 rpm. These power figures are impressive for its segment.
Transmission duty for the 3.0 litre turbocharged diesel engine is done by an 8 speed automatic gearbox. This gearbox is paired with an all wheel drive system which is controlled through the Terrain Response System switch located on the centre console.
Safety system on the Land Rover Discovery include Anti lock Braking System, 8 airbags, Electronic Brakeforce Distribution, Brake Assist, Electronic Stability Program, Hill Hold Control, Traction Control and hill descent control which add to the safety quotient of the SUV.
The claimed mileage of the Land Rover Discovery 11.49 kmpl which is impressive for its segment. The gear ratios are done for the best balance between performance and fuel efficiency