2016 Discovery Sport


Bluetooth® is the name for short-range Radio Frequency (RF) technology that allows electronic devices to communicate wirelessly with each other.


The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc and any use of such marks by Jaguar Land Rover Limited is under license.

The Land Rover Bluetooth wireless technology system supports Bluetooth® Hands-Free Profile (HFP), Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP), Audio Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP) and Message Access Profile (MAP).


HFP and A2DP/AVRCP profiles can be connected independently, so a phone can be connected via one, while a media device can be connected via the other, at the same time.

Before making use of the vehicle’s Bluetooth wireless technology phone system, your Bluetooth wireless technology device must be paired and connected to the vehicle's system. This is done using one of two methods; via your phone to the vehicle (preferred method) or from the Touch screen to your phone. If one of these methods is not successful, try the other option.

Each time the ignition is switched on, the vehicle's system attempts to connect with the last connected phone.

As phones have a wide range of audio and echo characteristics, it may take a few seconds for the vehicle's system to adapt and deliver optimum audio performance. To achieve this, it may be necessary to reduce the media sound volume and also reduce the ventilation fan speed slightly.