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2021 Land Rover Discovery gets a facelift

Land Rover Jaguar has updated much of its lineup for the 2021 model year and we can add the Land Rover Discovery to this list. The 2021 Land Rover Discovery has received a facelift, which includes updated styling and some new tech features.

On the outside the 2021 Discovery has an updated face with new LED headlights with new daytime running lights, a new bumper and side vents. At the rear the LED taillights have been redesigned and there’s a new gloss black panel. There’s also a new R-Dynamic model with Gloss Black and Shadow Atlas exterior accents on the outside and two-tone leather and contrast seat stitching on the inside.

Inside the center console has been redesigned with a 11.4-inch touchscreen for the Pivi Pro infotainment system. Land Rover says that the updated infotainment system features “immediate responses” and a “built-in back-up battery means navigation initialization takes just seconds”. The bluetooth system has the ability to connect two phones simultaneously and there’s standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

There’s also a new steering wheel with hidden-until-lit switches and metal gearshift paddles. In front of the driver, there’s a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster and an available head-up display. Second row passengers will also like the new tablet holders that are integrated into the front seatbacks and the LTE modem hotspot can connect up to eight devices.

Under the hood there are two powertrain options. The Discovery 2.0L S and 2.0L S R-Dynamic are powered by 1 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine with 296 horsepower, while the 3.0L S R-Dynamic and the 3.0L HSE R-Dynamic models get a 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-six cylinder with 355 hp.

The 2021 Land Rover Discovery starts at $55,250.