The British based automaker Land Rover is currently testing a facelifted version of the Discovery, which was recently caught on camera by our spy photographers.
Land Rover is planning to introduce a modified version of the Discovery, which should be enough until the future generation of the model will hit the market and, in order to make sure that everything is in its place and working just like it should, the carmaker is currently testing the model in question. The Land Rover Discovery facelift will receive a modified front fascia and some engine upgrades, which should make the model more appealing to its future customers.
Reports are showing that the 2014 Land Rover Discovery will get a supercharged V6 engine which will replace the old naturally aspirated 5.0 liter V8 unit, in some markets, providing more output and reducing the fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. Engines will be mated to the ZF eight-speed transmission and the model won’t receive the nine-speed from the new Evoque. The Land Rover Discovery facelift might be unveiled in a couple of months in Frankfurt, but no details on the subject have been announced yet.