Land Rover DC100 Sport Concept
For years Land Rover has been trying to replace our personal favorite SUV, the Defender. While nothing has really stuck at this point, the Land Rover DC100 Sport Concept has received a positive response from automotive enthusiasts and fans of the brand.
The off-road vehicle debuted a few years back, and has seen several iterations since as Land Rover looks to gain some valuable feedback from the market. The latest version is powered by a 2.0-liter four cylinder hybrid engine mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission. Capable of handling any and all terrain, this Rover has been outfitted with a set of 20-inch alloy wheels wrapped in rugged off-road Cooper tires. As far as technology is concerned, this thing is packed with a ton of it. The DC100 features a Terrain-i system that creates a 3D topography map of the road ahead, and adapts to the road conditions using its sonar system dubbed the Rover Wade Aid system. This system (which uses sensors in both the front bumper and side view mirrors) prepares the vehicle to cross wetlands by not only increasing the SUV’s height, but also closing all the ventilation ducts found throughout.