IAB Report – Land Rover Discovery Sport colors, interior and wheel options revealed

Posted on: Sep 8, 2014 - 1:00pm IST

The SUV is available with multiple customization options for the exterior and interior.

Land Rover has updated its website for the Discovery Sport, and prospective customers can now virtually build their car choosing from different colors, interior themes and wheel options.

Land Rover Discovery Sport options red
The SUV is available in 8 exterior color choices.

The SUV is available with 8 body colors to choose from, and three roof options. The standard roof for the HSE Luxury version is a panoramic one, which can be customized to a black roof or a ‘Corris Grey’ one. Next up are the wheels, which can be customized between 19- and 20-inches with gloss black finish or a normal silver finish.

Land Rover Discovery Sport options interior
The dashboard and seats can be had in four colors.

Inside, the seats and dashboard of the car can be had in a range of four colors. A further choice of three colors are available for the headliners as well.

Also see: Old vs New – Land Rover Discovery Sport vs Freelander 2

Land Rover Discovery Sport options wheels
There are four choices for the wheels.

The Discovery Sport will go on sale in the U.K. early next year, rolling out of JLR’s Halewood facility. It will be offered with four-cylinder petrol and diesel engines and manual (6-speed) and automatic (9-speed) transmissions.

Competitors: Audi Q5, Mercedes M Class, BMW X3, Volvo XC60

Launch date: Early 2015 in Europe and expected by July 2015 in India.

Land Rover Discovery Sport – Image Gallery

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2 thoughts on “IAB Report – Land Rover Discovery Sport colors, interior and wheel options revealed

  1. Abhidatta S says:

    seem like designers from TATA have diluted the industrial design benchmark setup by original Landrover team…it looks exactly like tata safari dicor from side esp the c pilar….what a design desaster…I was a fan of Landrover but no longer now

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    1. InSynergy says:

      Actually, they didn’t… it emerged from the Discovery Vision Concept we had last year… and it still looks like a LR by now.

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