Land Rover Discovery Owners & Service Manuals

Land Rover Discovery: Dynamic

This program is associated with a driving style, rather than a type of terrain and optimises traction, handling and driveability, for maximum feedback and responsiveness.

Select this program to exploit the vehicle's full on-road potential.

DRIVER OVERRIDE OPTIONS

Hill Descent Control (HDC) is automatically engaged for some Terrain response programs. If required, HDC can be deselected or engaged independently of Terrain response.

The HDC status will be displayed in the Message centre whether it is engaged or disengaged, by the system or by the driver.

Although Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) is automatically engaged when a special program is selected, it can be switched off, if required.

SYSTEM DIFFICULTIES

Use of an incorrect program will impair the vehicle's response to the terrain and can reduce the life of the suspension and drive systems.

If the system becomes partially inoperable for any reason, it may not be possible to select a special program.

If a participating vehicle system becomes temporarily inoperable, the General program will be automatically selected.

Once the system returns to normal operation, the previously active program will be reactivated unless the ignition has been switched off in the meantime.

If you try to select an inappropriate special program, the relevant indicator will flash amber and the Message centre will provide further information. If the appropriate action is not taken within 60 seconds, the warnings will cease and the Message centre will show the active program.

If the system becomes completely inoperable, all of the special program indicators will be switched off and a relevant message will be displayed in the Message centre.

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