The 2017 Land Rover Discovery Sport has received minor updates and is the first vehicle available with the Tile advanced tracking app.
Priced from $38,690 including destination, the 2017 Land Rover Discovery Sport also adds a new Dynamic Design Pack for the HSE and HSE LUX models. The package includes unique exterior and interior details such as a rear bumper with integrated exhaust tips, black accents throughout and 20-inch wheels finished in gloss black. On the inside, the Dynamic Design Pack adds contrast stitching on the leather shits and gearshift knob, unique carpeted floor mats and a metal finish to the pedals and center dash trim.
The British automaker has also added four new paint colors for buyers: Silicon Silver, Farallon Black, Carpathian Grey and Aruba Metallic.
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The 2017 Land Rover Discovery Sport has also added three new available driver assist technologies including Driver Condition Monitor, Intelligent Speed Limiter and Lane Keep Assist. Driver Condition Monitor acts just like how it sounds, monitoring various driver inputs to look for signs of driver fatigue. The Intelligent Speed Limiter feature uses the Traffic Sign Recognition feature and will notify the driver to maintain changing speed limits and will even keep the vehicle from exceeding the posted limit.
Lastly, the luxury SUV is the first vehicle available with the Tile advanced tracking app that is compatible with Android and iOS platforms. The app tracks important items through small Bluetooth tracker Tile tags and will alert the driver when an item isn’t in the vehicle. It can also give on-screen directions to a tagged item’s last location. Tile tags can be purchased and used on wallets, purses, bags, electronic devices and more while the app can also find items lost inside the vehicle by sounding a 90-dB alarm on the tag.
Watch a short video about the Tile integration below.
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