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15 July, 2014

Discovery Vision Concept Reveal

Twenty five years after the launch of the iconic Land Rover Discovery/LR4, Land Rover revealed a design vision for a new family of premium leisure SUVs at the 2014 New York International Auto Show.

Land Rover’s Discovery Vision Concept showcases the essence of a future family of SUVs built on Land Rover’s key principles of emotive design, unrivalled capability and ultimate versatility. At the show, Land Rover also announced the Discovery Sport as the first new member of the Discovery family, taking its design cues and features from the Discovery Vision Concept.

The concept car previews a bold new design and an array of innovative features, while also showcasing pioneering technologies from Jaguar Land Rover's advanced research division. Smarter, more connected, and more capable, the Discovery Vision Concept is taken to another level using new customer-focused advanced technologies including smart glass, intelligent laser headlamps and gesture control. The concept also previews a future Terrain Response system with Remote Control Drive, Laser Terrain Scanning and Transparent Bonnet head-up display.