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New Land Rover Discovery Sport interiors spied, launch mid 2015?

Discovery Sport spied interiors

Land Rover Discovery Sport 2015 model was spied recently; some part of camouflaged interiors couldn’t escape the frame. Land Rover Discovery Vision Concept was unveiled at 2014 New York International Auto Show (NYIAS), interiors of which does not seem like it will make way into production version.

Discovery Sport spied interiorsCustomary Land Rover dashboard design get bigger touch screen display and air con vents placed beneath the multimedia interface (instead of sides). Revamped three spoke steering wheel, electronic parking brake, push start / stop button, metallic trims, broad centre arm rest, leather seat upholstery, sunroof and automatic transmission stick can be seen via spy shots.

2015 Discovery Sport could be based on extended LR-MS platform of 5 door Range Rover Evoque. Diverse power train options to include 4 cylinder Ingenium petrol and diesel engines, coupled to front wheels on lower models and all four wheels top spec trims. Later after launch, new high end SVR variant with 3.0 litre V6 supercharged engine is also believed to be announced.

Discovery Sport interiors spiedRevelation of production version is expected to happen in March 2015 at Geneva Motor Show, with booking opening shortly then.

Also read about Transparent Bonnet technology by Land Rover, which has cameras positioned at vehicle’s grille capturing visual feed that is transmitted to Head-Up Display, to create ‘see-through’ effect of bonnet, giving driver better view of terrain underneath. continue reading..

Check out pictures of Land Rover Discovery Vision Concept at 2014 NYIAS.


Via – worldcarfans

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