Land Rover on Tuesday unveiled the 2020 Discovery Sport.
On the spectrum of refreshes, this one is right about in the middle, making some slight visual changes while also updating the more important underlying bits.
Two new powertrains have been introduced.
One is a 246-horsepower I4 from the modular Ingenium engine family, while the other one slaps a 48-volt mild hybrid system into the equation, boosting its output to 296 horsepower.
Now riding on Land Rover's Premium Transverse Architecture platform, not only does it allow the Discovery Sport to pick up this kind of electrification, it makes the body some 13 percent stiffer.
It's also quieter, thanks to some improved sound-deadening measures.
Inside, the center console has been redesigned, eschewing the rotary dial in favor of the sticklike gear lever seen on other Jaguar Land Rover vehicles.
This rejiggering also makes enough space for wireless device charging, a first for the Disco Sport.
The 2020 Land Rover Discovery Sport hits dealerships in the summer, and pricing will be announced closer to the car's on-sale date.
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