The 2016 Land Rover Discovery Sport offers seating for up to seven, along with all the capability you expect from a Land Rover. This sporty and luxurious SUV also features a host of technology that keeps you and your fellow passengers safe, connected and in control.
All-Terrain Progress control makes sure the Discovery is optimized for any road conditions, from highway pavements to snow covered hills. Similar to a low-speed cruise control, it maintains the driver-selected speed in both forward and reverse gears. There is no need for the driver to work the pedals, so driver focus can remain entirely on the road.
The on-board computer infused to the Driver Assist Plus Package uses stereo cameras to determine if the vehicle is at risk of a collision. If it senses that a collision is imminent, the system will first send out a warning signal and then apply emergency braking.
Advanced Park Assist with Perpendicular Park helps you enter and exit parking spaces with ease. It uses sensors to detect nearby obstacles and will steer the car in and out of a space. All the driver needs to do is control the accelerator, transmission and brakes while the car does the work of steering the wheel in the right direction.
Standard on all models is “Eco Mode,” which optimizes vehicle settings, including the automatic transmission, heating, and air conditioning, to minimize fuel consumption and reduce carbon dioxide emissions. Drivers can see the system at work through the touchscreen display, which communicates overall driving efficiency.
Land Rover InControl APPS connects your smartphone to your vehicle via the eight-inch color touchscreen. Bluetooth provides hands-free telephone and streaming audio connectivity, and USB ports located in both the first and second rows ensure multiple devices are charged and ready.
The combination of these cutting-edge technologies makes the 2016 Discovery Sport an extremely sought after vehicle. We cordially invite you to stop by Land Rover Frisco to take this highly capable and sophisticated SUV for a test climb today!