Support for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay makes its way into the entire lineup of vehicles for this model year. The Land Rover Defender returns with an updated look and interior to make it a better fit for the luxury SUV line. Details are pending, but the word on the street is that the automaker is going high-tech instead of a retro vibe. The Range Rover gets a much-anticipated plug-in hybrid version with a 31-mile, all-electric range and a combined 398-horsepower powertrain. It features an excellent charging capacity with standard all-wheel drive and steering assistance. The hybrid version is also available with the Range Rover Sport. The Discovery receives some updated tech with an upgraded infotainment system. The Discovery Sport adds a new trim level, the Landmark with eight optional packages. The Evoque receives some minor tweaks including a revamped infotainment system with smartphone integration and some additional exterior color choices.