The iconic boxy look might be gone, but off-road performance remains. The new Disco has entry and departure angles and ground clearance at least as good as the outgoing model, the latest Terrain Response system, and a wading depth of 35.4 inches.
Aerodynamics are improved in the new smoother bodyshell, active grille shutters, and an air suspension, which can lower itself at speed.
The engine lineup features JLR's 340-hp, 3.0-liter supercharged V6, available on all trims. A 3.0-liter turbodiesel making 254 HP will also be available.
In place is a top-hinged tailgate with an aluminum picnicking/standing/seating plate, which folds out of the floor and can support up to 661 pounds.
Dispensing with the body-on-frame architecture of the previous model and other enhancements helped save nearly 1,000 pounds.
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