On sale from July 2012 the new Land Rover Discovery 4 HSE ‘Luxury’ edition will be priced from £56,995.
The Discovery 4 HSE ‘Luxury’ is powered by Land Rover’s excellent 256 PS SDV6 diesel engine with a 0-60mph time of 8.8 seconds and top speed of 112mph.
It is only available in Santorini Black with bright silver finishing which picks out the full-length roof rails and complements the Noble plated door mirror caps and Titan Silver bonnet script and tailgate badge. The grille treatment is the opposite of the existing style, the grille surround and front wing vents finished in Indus Silver and the grille vanes in body colour. Door handles are in body colour and the exterior is finished off with a set of 20-inch, 10-spoke alloy wheels.
On the inside the Discovery 4 HSE Luxury Edition boasts premium Ebony or Ivory leather. Customers will also enjoy an extended Windsor Leather Pack to the fascia top, instrument panel binnacle, door top rolls, armrests and pull. The interior detailing is complete with a new Dark Zebrano veneer and twist pile luxury carpet mats with contrasting edging.
A host of feature upgrades are also available with this Special Edition model, including the Harman/Kardon LOGIC7 Premium Audio system which provides 825W of power. Combining the impressive Harman/Kardon system together with the Rear Screen Entertainment with 8" screens and wireless headphones featuring Whitefire technology, creates a full home cinema effect all in the comfort of the rear seats. Privacy glass and a front centre console cooler box complete the specification.
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