The Land Rover Discovery Sport is replaces the Freelander,and is aimed at the BMW X3 and Audi Q5. It is larger and even upmarket than its predecessor, plus it boasts a versatile seven-seat layout, and leaves room for a new entry-level Land Rover.
The Land Rover Discovery Sport is hugely important to its maker’s fortunes. It’s Land Rover’s best-selling car, with 438,000 examples built since launch and, as part of the Discovery family, […]
The Discovery Sport was able to pull 60 times its own weight, when powered by Jaguar Land Rover’s 177bhp Ingenium diesel engine. In addition, the Discovery Sport benefitted from Land […]
The Land Rover Discovery Sport‘s arrival in 2014 saw the end of the Freelander name – and, with it, a subtle re-positioning of its entry-level challenger in the SUV market. […]
Land Rover has today revealed a first look inside the soon-to-be launched Discovery Sport with the release of a short film showing glimpses of the cabin design. The bold new […]
John Slavin Land Rover has revealed the Discovery Vision Concept in New York. It previews the upcoming Discovery family of vehicles due to appear from 2015, starting with a smaller Discovery […]