Land Rover has announced details for the facelifted 2012 Land Rover Discovery 4. The new vehicle will get similar revisions to the new Range Rover Sport, including changes to the in-car entertainment kit and also two new option packs.
The 2012 Land Rover Discovery 4 will come with new option packs: the Technology Pack and the Vision Assist Pack.
The Technology Pack includes a satellite navigation system with Land Rover’s 4x4i off-road guidance system. The pack also includes Parking Aid with front and rear cameras and ‘Say What You See’ voice-activated navigation.
The Vision Pack includes Surround Camera System including Approach Lamps, Automatic Headlamps with High Beam Assist and Tow Assist/Tow Hitch Assist. It also comes with Xenon Adaptive Front Headlamps and Cornering Lamps.
Other noticeable revisions for the new model include changes to the exterior with new 19-inch alloy wheels for the HSE model, while the existing HSE wheel now comes standard on the SDV6 SE model. A new 20-inch wheel design is available as an option across the range. Some detail changes also make their way onto the body including the grille and front fascia design.
The interior will incorporate Land Rover’s new MOST Gen 2.1 electrical infrastructure. The in-car entertainment has also been updated across the board, with a new colour-screen display, eight-speaker USB/iPod compatible stereo system, and an optional premium 380-watt sound system with 11 speakers. A top line Premium Harman Kardon LOGIC 7 is also available, with 17 speakers.
The 2012 Land Rover Discovery 4 will go on sale in Australia in November. Pricing will be confirmed closer to its local launch.