Land Rover has updated its Discovery Sport and Range Rover Evoque, with the upgraded models scheduled to arrive in South Africa early in 2021.
Interestingly, a new D200 engine option will be available for the Evoque and Discovery Sport in South Africa, replacing the 132 kW D180 unit. Offering 147 kW, the new D200 slots in below the 183 kW P250.
At the summit of the line-up, you’ll find a new Evoque Autobiography variant, featuring models-specific exterior design accents and an upgraded interior. A plug-in-hybrid version of this flagship will also be offered.
Furthermore, the British firm says a new Evoque Lafayette Edition, featuring a contrast roof in Nolita Grey, will become available. The special-edition model will be offered exclusively in 147 kW D200 form.
Then there’s the Discovery Sport Black, which comes in 213 kW P290 guise and delivers what the company describes as “effortless and refined performance” along with “eye-catching looks”.
Land Rover has also rolled out its latest Pivi infotainment system to both model ranges. (it even allows occupants to check the quality of the air in the cabin via the touchscreen). There’s also a new wireless smartphone charging with signal-boosting option.
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