Land Rover Discovers New Success At Motor Show Live

The New Land Rover Discovery

Land Rover Freelander

Land Rover’s stand at The Sunday Times Motor Show Live has proved to be the most popular in its history of attending the motor show.

The main attraction on the stand is the new Discovery 3 TDV6 (diesel), which has aroused enormous interest and a fantastic response from its home crowd.

Other attractions receiving an enthusiastic response include a debut from the Freelander Rally Concept, which was described by ex-Scottish Rally Champion David Gillanders as ‘the most capable Freelander in the world.’

Visitors to this year’s show have also been unable to resist the temptation of the Range Rover Autobiography, based on the Range Rover V8 Vogue. It has caused no end of raised eyebrows with its stunning features such as Chromaflair Spectral Blue paint, twin eight-inch DVD screens, piano black interior wood trim, all black Jet leather interior, 20" alloy wheels and a Logic 7 sound system, especially tuned to match the Range Rover's internal acoustic characteristics.

Meanwhile, Hall 3 features the ever increasing queues for the Global Adventure, an off-road experience open to American Express card members.

Published 4 June 2004 Melanie Carter

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