The Facelifted 2021 Land Rover Discovery Gets New Engines

Today we will tell you about the updates that the facelifted 2021 Land Rover Discovery has got, and we will reveal to you the new engine options that have become available on this British SUV.

This is the first facelift Discovery gets in its third generation, which appeared at the end of 2016 as a model for the year 2017, and we had previously test-driven the 2017 Discovery in detail with our colleague Karim Deeb in an episode of Test Drive program.

Before talking about the renovations the British Discovery car got, we would like to remind you of the  last crossover that Jaguar Land Rover has updated:

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The Facelifted 2021 Land Rover Discovery photos:

First We will talk about the simple exterior updates that the Discovery car got, which include a redesigned front grille surrounded by updated headlights, and from the back, we can see a redesigned bumper and lamps, in addition to some black accents to the trunk door.

Down to the interior, we notice more obvious changes than the exterior, as there is a new infotainment system derived from the new 2021 Defender, a large 11.4-inch screen, and a new steering wheel. There are also new modified control buttons, updated center console, and on the back, there are seats that provide greater comfort with rear air vents and redesigned climate control buttons.

New engine options for the facelifted 2021 Land Rover Discovery

  • A turbocharged two-liter 4-cylinder engine, expected to generate 296 hp and 400 Nm of torque. This beating heart will be available in Discovery S and Discovery S R-Dynamic versions.
  • A 3-liter 6-cylinder petrol engine with a Mild Hybrid system that is expected to generate 355 hp and 495 Nm of torque. This engine will be available for the Discovery S R-Dynamic version.

The price of the 2021 Discovery in its standard version S equipped with a two-liter engine will start from 53,900 US dollars, equivalent to 202,125 Saudi riyals, which represents a small increase in the price compared to the price of the 2020 model, which started from 52,300 US dollars, equivalent to 196,125 Saudi Riyals.

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