2017 Land Rover Discovery

Sep 7, 2016

Category: Rides

You know you have built a cool brand when all you have to do to get men’s websites to freak out and give you a bunch of coverage is to make an announcement about an upcoming announcement. What can we say? We can’t help it. These new images of the 2017 Land Rover Discovery have chomping at the bit for more.

While the press release put out by Land Rover does include a couple of images and a confirmation that the official unveiling of the new vehicle will be made on the 28th of this month at the Paris Auto Show, it didn’t reveal that much more about the car. No engine stats, and no features other than the fact that it can seat 7. As some have noted, what we can glean from this release is that the model seems to have made a bit of a departure from the old school boxy mold that the Discovery line started out with in the late 1980s. Other than that, however, we can’t say for sure. Until further news, we, along with everyone else, wait with bated breath.

Land Rover Discover

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