A larger 10-inch navigation system is now standard, though the Disco's base price has increased slightly.

Land Rover has outlined a few changes to the Discovery lineup for the 2018 model year.US buyers can now choose the Td6 diesel powertrain for the entry-level SE trim, matching the 254 horsepower and 442 pound-feet of torque the same V6 already delivered in the HSE and Luxury packages for 2017.

The SE edition now carries a base price of $53,085 (including $995 freight), representing a few thousand dollars more than the previous model year.

Base-trim buyers are not left without any upgrades, as Land Rover has equipped the SE with a 10-inch navigation system as standard equipment. Automatic emergency braking is also now standard across the board.

For higher budgets, a second-generation head-up display is now available for the HSE and Luxury packages. The system boasts a new full-color display with more than twice the spread, while presenting additional information such as speed and traffic sign recognition.

The 2018 Discovery should soon be arriving in showrooms across the country.