The new Land Rover Discovery is something of a departure from the utilitarian cars that came before.

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Though Land Rover says it'll still be able to tackle the rough stuff with the best of them.

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And it'll do that while making seven people super comfy.

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Air suspension keeps passengers' bums unjostled over lumps and bumps...

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...while its "Terrain Response 2" system means it'll be able to climb a mountain. Or a muddy field on the way to a music festival or something.

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The new Land Rover Discovery is all about connectivity. So there's Wi-Fi, and eight USB ports.

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The family that browses the web while on a road trip together... stays in the car together?

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Land Rover's managed to cut nearly 500 kg (1,100 pounds) from the new car compared to the old one.

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That's thanks to a smart monococque chassis and the use of plenty of aluminum.

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Is this the comfiest, most capable SUV available today? It may be. Click or swipe through for more pictures from Land Rover.

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