- The 2024 Land Rover Discovery Sport receives an update for the new model year.
- The Discovery Sport’s interior is the biggest beneficiary, adding an 11.4-inch curved touchscreen and other new standard features.
- Subtle changes refresh the exterior of the Disco Sport, including a new gloss black grille and different 19- and 21-inch wheels.
It’s easy to forget about the Land Rover Discovery Sport, but the luxury off-roader gets a few updates for the 2024 model year that help draw attention to the SUV. While there are some mild styling changes, the most noticeable update takes place inside the cabin, where a curved 11.4-inch touchscreen now serves as the centerpiece.
Big New Screen
The new infotainment screen runs the latest version of the company’s Pivi Pro software. For those unfamiliar with the setup, there is a static bar on either side of the screen that always allows users to instantly access certain menus and functions. The large floating glass display also includes standard Amazon Alexa voice compatibility along with wireless Apple CarPlay; Android Auto is also part of the deal.
The 2024 Land Rover Discovery Sport receives a revised center console and center stack. A fat shifter replaces the old, tall, narrow lever, and it’s surrounded by a smoother, more attractive surface. Below the Pivi Pro’s screen is additional storage space instead of the HVAC control panel with its physical knobs. There’s a new standard wireless charging pad and two USB-C ports. The SUV adds a new three-spoke steering wheel with redesigned controls and shift paddles, and every ’24 Discovery Sport comes standard with a fully digital gauge cluster.
Fresher Styling, Higher Prices
The Disco Sport’s exterior updates aren’t noticeable enough for most people to notice. However, Land Rover says the base S trim adds a new gloss black grille, color-matched rocker panels and silver skid plates. The Dynamic variant features a gloss black roof and other matching exterior details. It also has three punches on the front bumper air intakes for a more distinctive look. Varesine Blue is the new paint color, and customers can choose from newly designed 19- and 21-inch tires.
The 2024 Land Rover Discovery Sport is now on sale in America, with prices starting at $50,075. That’s for the base S trim, and it’s a hefty $5600 over the 2023 model. Of course, the SUV adds a host of new standard features. The Dynamic SE starts at $54,275—$4600 more than before. Each model still features all-wheel drive and the P250 powertrain, which is a 246-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder mated to a nine-speed automatic transmission.
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