A Torsen centre differential helps shave a few kg off the kerbweight and the lack of low range won’t be noticed by anyone who doesn’t use their vehicle for towing or off-road use.
Like the Sport, the Discovery (no longer Discovery 4) gets Wade Sensing, Blind Spot Monitoring and T-Junction cameras, plus a Meridian audio system with up to 825W, 17 speakers and Surround Sound.
A stop-start system is also available, which turns the engine off when stationary (with your foot on the brake) after stopping from more than 2.5mph.
Other revisions include the Discovery name running across the front of the bonnet, losing the number 4 from the tail badge, a redesigned front bumper, radiator grille, and lights – incorporating daytime running lights, and adaptive Xenon with cornering lights in some markets.
It’ll still be known as LR4 in North America, with Land Rover on bonnet.