2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport, the seven seater compact SUV, is seen in a toy model concept sporting orange and black exteriors. Of the two Discovery Sport toy models, which represent two different trim levels, the black model is seen in silver alloy wheels and a silver front grille.
The orange Land Rover Discovery Sport model with a black top sits on black wheels and has a matching grille while both models have LED daytime running light strips on bumpers, distinctive ‘Discovery’ badging and silver panels on the base of windscreen. Glass sunroofs and rear spoilers are also evident.
To debut at Paris Motor Show in October, Land Rover Discovery Sport could be priced lower than Range Rover Evoque which is priced at £30,000, when it makes its way to company showrooms in early 2015. 2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport will be powered by Freelander’s 2.2 liter diesel engine while a 2.0 Ingenium diesel could make its way onto Discovery Sport by the end of 2015.
2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport enters as an entry level luxury off-roader and has been put to the test in some of the world’s harshest destinations and varying climatic conditions from -36 degrees Celsius to 42 degrees Celsius. Discovery Sport has also waded through water upto 0.6 meters high and put to the test on gradients up 46 degree inclines and down 45 degree slopes. Once launched, the Discovery Sport will compete with cars like BMW X3, Mercedes ML Class and Audi Q5.