Launched in 1989, the Land Rover Discovery was created as a lower priced alternative to the flagship Range Rover and since then it has been a core component of the Land Rover brand. Two generations later, the company is previewing the third generation of the car, which will make its full debut on September 28th, right before the Paris Motor Show. No engine details or features have been revealed, but what we do know is that new Discovery will be a large, 7-seat SUV like previous models and is set to hit US dealers in mid-2017.
Land Rover unveils the long-awaited replacement to the LR4
The next-generation full-size Discovery arrives next year.