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Land Rover is adding a third pillar to its lineup, joining the Defender and Ranger Rover. Despite being the cheapest of the tree, the Discovery Sport can hold its own when it comes to challenging environments.
Just below the Arctic Circle, Iceland presents cold weather challenges, including icy rivers and roads, and very short days in January, but the new Discovery Sport exhibits most of Land Rover's legendary offroad capability.
Land Rover takes CNET editor Wayne Cunningham for a drive across Iceland, covering snow, ice and a river, in its new Discovery Sport model