The '4' Insignia has been dropped
The Land Rover Discovery has be updated for 2014, amongst the revisions are a new look, fuel saving technology and a new audio system.
What’s new for the 2014 Land Rover Discovery
Firstly it has been given a facelift with new front grille, new front bumper, new headlamp design, new daytime running lights with LED signature lighting, plus two new alloy wheel designs.
The Land Rover name is removed from the front of the bonnet and will be replaced with Discovery – and the ‘4’ is being dropped on the rear, just leaving Discovery on the tailgate. The engine badging is being moved with an ingot mounted on each of the front doors, reflecting the engine type.
Co2 emissions have been reduced and so has fuel consumption, the 256PS 3.0 SDV6 now produces 213 g/km (improved from 230 g/km) and fuel consumption on the official combined cycle has increased to 35.3 mpg.
On the tech front, the 2014 Discovery can now be equipped with Wade Sensing, Blind Spot Monitoring, Closing Vehicle Sensing, Reverse Traffic Detection and T-junction Cameras.
Meridian premium audio is available to order with 825 Watts on tap with 17 speakers and surround sound.
The 2014 Discovery is available to order now with the first cars being delivered in mid-November 2013.Published 3 September 2013