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JLR unveils 2019 edition of Discovery at Rs 75.18 lakh onwards

The model will be available in four variants powered by a 2.0 litre diesel engine.

Jun 06, 2019, 05.01 PM IST
The 2019 edition offers features like electrically reclining seats, intelligent seat fold, and four-zone climate control.
NEW DELHI: Tata Motors-owned Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) Thursday launched the 2019 edition of its Land Rover Discovery SUV in India with price starting from Rs 75.18 lakh.

The model will be available in four variants powered by a 2.0 litre diesel engine, JLR India said in a statement.

JLR India President and MD Rohit Suri said the Discovery's capability and versatility have now been enhanced with the introduction of the high-powered Ingenium diesel variant at an attractive price and the company believed it would enable the model to appeal to a wider customer base.

The 2019 edition offers features including electrically reclining seats, intelligent seat fold, four-zone climate control, powered third row seats, a panoramic sunroof, and adaptive cruise control, among others.

Cadillac EV SUV, Nissan IMs: Electric Vehicles A Rage At Detroit Auto Show

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16 Jan, 2019
The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), also known as the Detroit Auto Show, is the year's first for automobile manufacturers and enthusiasts. This year's show is even more important because this is the last time that the event is taking place in January. In the year 2020, it is scheduled to take place in June because Detroit's cold weather does not let carmakers show-off the beauties in the open. Although electric vehicles are not a big draw at the NAIAS, this year Detroit saw some showcases from big names. Here are a few of them: (In Pic: Top left: Cadillac EV SUV, top right: Nissan logo, bottom left: Cadillac logo, bottom right: Nisan IMs)

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