There are two new derivatives aimed at broadening the appeal of one of the best known 4×4 vehicles – the Land Rover Discovery Landmark and Graphite.
Land Rover has carried out a few exterior tweaks but the vehicle’s renowned all-terrain capabilities and versatility have been retained.
The aim of the Landmark and Graphite is to broaden the Disco’s popularity and there are more unique touches to the interior to help give it a more luxury feel.
Discovery Landmark has a new interior
Based on the excellent HSE Luxury model, the Discovery Landmark has a new interior and a more generous specification for those looking for a unique feel and look to their Discovery.
Exterior tweaks include adding full-length roof rails with a bright finish which highlight the vehicle’s stepped roof and there are also new 20-inch alloys and badging on the body to show this is a unique model.
Available in five body colours, including some that are unavailable for other Discovery models, the vehicle also has leather upholstery, a new dashboard, fascia and door casings.
The Land Rover Discovery Graphite
The Land Rover Discovery Graphite is based on the Black Pack and it too has a distinctive and modern look with striking finishes and several exterior tweaks. It also has exclusive 19 inch alloy wheels and a choice of nine body colours.
Along with the excellent infotainment system, there’s also Land Rover’s InControl app which allows a smart phone screen to be displayed on the vehicle’s touchscreen. The app also helps drivers find parking spaces and stream music as well as finding hotels and petrol stations.
However, the Land Rover Discovery is best known for being one of the best off-road performers around and that’s still a case with the new Landmark and Graphite additions.
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Drivers can enjoy hill descent control and the ‘Terrain Response’ so the vehicle can handle just about any terrain it comes across and there’s also the option of ‘Wade Sensing’ technology which will alert the driver to the risk of deep water.
Both of these editions also have lots of space on board and the seven seaters have stadium seating and a large boot which can be easily reconfigured.
The interior is made of robust materials and there’s a wide range of practical accessories but the bottom line is both vehicles offer premium class comfort.
Land Rover has also fitted its 3.0 litre SDV6 engine which returns 37 mpg and has emissions of 203g/km.
The Land Rover Discovery Landmark and Graphite are available to order now and will be seen on our roads from January. The Landmark will cost £55,995 and the Graphite £47,495.