New spy photos of the 2017 Land Rover Discovery had surfaced online.
The test mule covered in an orange camouflage material gives us more details about the new design that Land Rover is going for.
This is not the first set of spy pictures that we have seen of the 2017 Land Rover Discovery. The car is expected to be powered by a 2.0-liter petrol engine and 3.0-liter diesel engine variants. The company has a habit of testing their cars with different colored camouflages. Earlier, another Land Rover modelwas spotted with a red livery.
Sporting an offset number plate, the car hints that it might belong to the next gen Discovery series. The model was hardly designed for the race track. But, auto manufacturers these days seem to be pushing even an off-road vehicle to its maximum performance. The 2017 Land Rover Discovery was spotted at the nurburgring race track in Germany. Powered by a new design and chassis, the SUV is expected to be extremely spacious like never before.
A bundle of luxury components is incorporated into it which allows the model to offer a comfortable ride. It is not just space that the Land Rover Discovery 2017 edition is aiming at but a posh interior is what the brand likes to offer to its longtime customers. A sleek and curvaceous styling is being offered with the new model. The sporty finish combined with the off-road capability of the SUV makes it an all-rounder vehicle.
Land Rover has opted for a clamshell bonnet for the 2017 Land Rover. The boxier outlook is retained even in the new edition. Minor changes ensure the boxy design doesn’t put off potential buyers. The auto manufacturer has balanced the best of style and substance if we are to go by the spy pictures that have emerged online.
According to a statement made by Gerry McGovern, the interior will be adorned by seven seats, but people will have complete control over the middle and the rear row. It leads to significant improvement in terms of cargo space. More room will be provided for all your luggage and for the passengers, in case they are travelling light. A remote driver feature allows one to control the car’s specific functions using a smartphone app.
Powertrain details are still not confirmed as Land Rover is tight lipped about them. We expect a 3.0-liter supercharged V6 to embrace the top of the line 2017 Discovery SUV.