New Land Rover Discovery in UK showrooms now | New Release - Car News Feb 2017

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10:52 Thursday 16 Feb 2017

The new Land Rover Discovery has made its much-anticipated arrival in UK showrooms.

Over 4,000 UK orders have already been taken for the model, which was unveiled last September in a ceremony in Solihull. Globally, over 20,000 orders have already been received despite customers only being able to experience the new Discovery via a Virtual Reality tour.

Priced from £43,495 on-the-road, the latest Discovery brings a host of innovative new features, including market-first Seat Fold Technology for full-size seven-seat configuration. Now, with the model arriving in showrooms, customers will finally be able to experience at first hand the latest features, including semi-autonomous safety systems, premium interior, weight-saving aluminium construction for improved fuel efficiency and emissions, the latest super clean Ingenium power plants, 3,500kg towing capacity with Advanced Tow Assist, up to 2,406 litres of luggage space, nine USB ports, four 12-volt charging points, and in-car 3G WiFi hotspot for up to eight devices.

The new Land Rover Discovery is available to experience now at your local Land Rover retailer.

 

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