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Monday, June 16, 2014

By Kamal Swami

Generation next Land Rover Discovery 2015 launched

British iconic car maker Land Rover has finally launched the Land Rover Discovery 2015 by adding two new models in its basic trim. The deliveries of the Discovery 2015 will begin from the month of September in United Kingdom and will reach the Indian continent by this year end. The new Discovery does not carry much of the cosmetic changes and carries most of specifications from XXV Special Edition which was launched in the beginning of this year to celebrate Discovery’s successful existence of 25 years.
Land Rover Discovery Front Angle View Picture
The major features continued from Special Edition includes media streaming, front fog lamps, xenon headlamps with LED DRLS, automatic headlamps, satellite navigation, and cruise control. While inside the cabin the vehicle receives black lacquer wood garnish followed by leather wrapped steering wheel. The top end variant of Discovery is blessed with 20 inch alloy wheels.
Land Rover Discovery Front Low Angle View Picture
In the words of Mr. Phil Popham, Jaguar Land Rover Group, Marketing Director, The XXV Special Edition of Discovery launched to commemorate the 25 years of Discovery was the best illustration of luxury features mounted in any vehicle. Going through the appreciation received from the launch company has all those features in all the trims of Discovery to enhance the presence of luxurious features in a vehicle. An interesting feature adorned in Land Rover Discovery 2015 is integration of InControl Apps System which has compatibility with iPhones and Android Phones and also works along with infotainment system available in Discovery. In India the Discovery 2015 will be offered with existing engine configuration of 3.0 litre diesel engine churning the power of 245 bhp and torque 600 Nm and will be coated with six speed gearbox.
Click here to read about the features offered in existing version of Land Rover Discovery.

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