Rear Cross-Traffic Warning, Lane Keep Assist, Driver Condition Monitor, Automated Park Assist, LED headlights and Automatic High Beams are now standard. The Discovery also gets standard Clear Exit Warning, which warns passengers if a car is approaching when they are getting ready to exit their vehicle. Autonomous Emergency Braking has become an option on SE; it is no longer standard.
Discovery offers a new wade-sensing system that tells drivers the depth of the water they're traversing so that they don't drive in too deep of a body of water.
A new HSE Landmark special edition is slotted between HSE and HSE Luxury models. Unlike other HSE models, it is only available with the standard engine. The optional InControl Touch Pro infotainment system has been upgraded with a redesigned interface.
A plug-in Hybrid version, P400e, uses a turbocharged 4-cylinder engine, lithium-ion batteries and electric motors to produce 31 miles of electric-only range and 398 horsepower. A new optional wade sensing system alerts the driver to the height of the water the Range Rover is crossing.
The optional adaptive cruise control will now work in stop-and-go traffic.
Wade-sensing is an option to determine the depth of water while you're crossing it.
A new two-door Range Rover called the Range Rover SV Coupe will be hand-built in small numbers with the 557-horsepower engine from the SVAutobiography. It will offer 23-inch wheels.
Range Rover Evoque
Contrary to reports in Car and Driver, the Range Rover Evoque Convertible is much alive.
An Evoque Landmark model is available with the standard engine.
Range Rover Sport
The Range Rover Sport also offers the P400e plug-in hybrid powertrain.
Wade-sensing is also offered.
Range Rover Velar
Gasoline models get a much larger fuel tank: 21.6 gallons. Diesel D180 models still get 15.8 gallons of capacity.