The new Land Rover Discovery gets the best off-road tech out there, but also offers comfort for seven people. And USB ports. Lots of USB ports.
The new Land Rover Discovery is something of a departure from the utilitarian cars that came before.
Though Land Rover says it'll still be able to tackle the rough stuff with the best of them.
And it'll do that while making seven people super comfy.
Air suspension keeps passengers' bums unjostled over lumps and bumps...
...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.
The new Land Rover Discovery is all about connectivity. So there's Wi-Fi, and eight USB ports.
The family that browses the web while on a road trip together... stays in the car together?
Land Rover's managed to cut nearly 500 kg (1,100 pounds) from the new car compared to the old one.
That's thanks to a smart monococque chassis and the use of plenty of aluminum.
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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