The Land Rover 2015 DC 100 Sport SUV Convertible is going to be filled with a lot of different features that were not available in the Defender series. Most of the features that were seen in our present model might not be present in the production model, so nothing is concrete right now. However, what we know so far is that the Land Rover DC 100 Sport SUV Convertible will feature all of the options that were dearly missing from the previous Defender series.
The interior has been redesigned to provide more space, while a stylish dashboard now allows people a large amount of space as well as a series of options. Apart from the, the Land Rover DC 100 Sport SUV Convertible also includes Auto Terrain Response, which is a system developed by Land Rover that allows the car to figure out which of the drive modes should be activated during what drive.
It also includes Terrain Response, which makes us of high tech cameras which are able to determine the type of terrain that lies ahead. Another new feature that is developed by Land Rover is the Terrain I Forward Sensing Technology, which is able to make mathematical models of the rocks and the type of terrain ahead, and then gives suggestions about how to steer past those rocks. Wade Aid makes use of sonar technology in order to check the depth of the water that you are trying to cross, and then tells you the speed at which you must maintain your car.
Other features that are included within the Land Rover DC 100 Sport SUV Convertible include a leisure key wristband, which allows you to leave your key fob in the car only while you go surfing or elsewhere. Spikes on Demand is also a very cool feature, which produces spikes pneumatically while driving on snow or ice. There are lots of other features that will be available within the car too.