It uses new signature LED headlights and taillights.
The platform is a revised D8 (older) platform adapted to receive a plug-in hybrid system, which is now called PTA (Premium Transverse Architecture). The new platform was used for the first time in the Range Rover Evoque, and incorporates a new 48v mild-hybrid system, used to lower the fuel consumption and cut down emissions. For a longer range, the re-worked platform has a 20% bigger fuel tank, which is now 65 liters (17.1 US Gal).
Inside, there is room for up to 7 people with a new infotainment system that also provides a 4G hot-spot. USB plugs for every passenger are scattered around the interior. The new Discovery Sport even features an AI system, which “learns” the driver's preferences for the seat position, massage and cabin temperature. The 2019 Discovery Sport has four trim levels: H, SE, HSE and, on top of that the R-Dynamic variant, which has different bumpers and special allow wheels.
All of the Land Rover Discovery Sports engines are 2.0-liter with 4 cylinders, turbodiesel or turbo-gasoline. The maximum power offered ranges between 150 to 250 hp. The transmission is FWD for the base 150 hp turbodiesel engine and AWD exclusively for the other variants.