Land Rover has updated the Discovery Sport for the 2024 model year. Significant changes hide inside the familiar-looking crossover, with the automaker redesigning the centre console and instrument panel while still offering a third-row option that increases seating to seven passengers.

The 2024 Discovery Sport features a new curved 11.4-inch touchscreen running the latest Pivi Pro system. It comes standard with Amazon Alex, Wireless Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto integration. The new screen with increased functionality and the redesigned gear selector allowed Land Rover to thoroughly reshape the layout, installing a spacious front console storage area. Standard features include wireless charging, a digital instrument cluster, and steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters.

Gallery: 2024 Land Rover Discovery Sport

Land Rover boasts that the Discovery Sport has 24 possible seat configurations. The second-row seats can slide and recline and feature a 40:20:40 split. The crossover offers up to 63.35 cubic feet of cargo space with the rear seats folded down.

Land Rover adds Varesine Blue to the exterior colour palette. It’s joining Santorini Black, Firenze Red, Eiger Grey, Hakuba Silver, and Ostuni Pearl White as other premium paints. The automaker also offers Carpathian Grey and Silicon Silver. The automaker also has new 21-inch gloss black alloy and 19-inch gloss black or diamond-turned wheels as options.

The 2024 Discovery Sport is available in two trims: S and Dynamic SE. The S features a new contrasting gloss black grille with the hexagon motif, Indus Silver skid plates, and body-colour lower sills. The Dynamic SE stands out with its contrasting gloss black roof, lower body sills, lower bumper, and script. Land Rover adds some sportiness with the front bumper intake accents that look like claws.

2024 Land Rover Discovery Sport Interior
2021 Land Rover Discovery Sport Center Console

The 2024 Land Rover Discovery Sport S is available to order now starting at £44,790 OTR. You can configure yours here. The model uses the Ingenium turbocharged 1.5-litre three-cylinder P300e petrol plug-in hybrid engine making 304 bhp. It pairs with a nine-speed automatic transmission that feeds power to the four-wheel-drive system.