Sunday September 20, 2020

Land Rover reinvents the Discovery at last

The all-new SUV, revealed at the Paris Motor Show, boasts innovative technology and a vastly improved interior

9th October, 2016
The fifth-generation Land Rover Discovery SUV: the entry-level model is expected to be priced just above 60,000

Visitors to the biennial Paris Motor Show (running until October 16) will be among the first to get up close and personal with the fifth-generation Land Rover Discovery SUV ahead of its 2017 launch in Irish dealerships.

It’s a brand new vehicle, built using Land Rover’s aluminium architecture expertise to reduce weight by a significant 480kg, and it joins the smaller Discovery Sport in the refreshed Land Rover line-up.

And while the new...

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