The Discovery Sport was an all-new model for 2015, and rolls into 2016 with only minor changes. The infotainment system gets a new home screen and app suite, and the Black Design package is now available on the entry-level model. Land Rover’s InControl Protect system is now standard on all models. The InControl Remote app also adds additional functionality like locking and unlocking the doors and remote engine starting.
2017 sees the addition of Adaptive Dynamics, Torque Vectoring, and Active Driveline.
Active Dynamics is basically Sport Mode for the Discovery, which adjusts the suspension and power to each wheel for optimum on-road performance–Torque Vectoring is standard on all models.
Active Driveline allows the transmission to cut power to the rear wheels, making the Discovery a Front-Wheel Drive SUV for better on-road fuel economy.