Land Rover has brought the updated version of the Discovery to the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, where the model has been officially presented to the public.
The 2014 Land Rover Discovery is coming with a completely new look and a front fascia bringing the model closer to the new generations of the Range Rover and the Range Rover Sport. The facelifted version of the Land Rover Discovery has received a new front bumper, a new grille, new headlights, new LED daytime running lights and two new alloy wheel designs. The “Discovery” name on the bonnet has been replaced by “Land Rover” and at the rear the “4” will leave room for the “Discovery” word.
The British based automaker says that the facelifted Land Rover Discovery has received the Wade Sensing, Blind Spot Monitoring, Closing Vehicle Sensing, Reverse Traffic Detection and the T-junction cameras. The model in question has been also fitted with a 380-watt 8-speaker Meridian premium audio system, as standard, with an 825-watt 17-speaker available as an option. The 3.0 SDV6 engine will be retained, with its 256 HP. The CO2 emissions have been reduced from 230 g/km to 213 g/km and the fuel consumption has been improved too. All versions will now get the 8-speed automatic transmission, signed by ZF.