If you’ve always wondered which of the current crop of SUVs is best off-road, Autocar did a head-to-head comparison between the Jeep Wrangler, Land Rover Discovery, Mercedes G-Wagon, Toyota Land Cruiser, Dacia Duster and a modified Isuzu D-Max. So get ready for some off-road goodness.
I can watch cars get sideways all day, but nothing is quite as satisfying as seeing a big top-heavy box of a truck like the Land Rover Discovery nail a drift like a boss.
The Land Rover LR4 was one of the few three-row luxury SUVs you could actually take off-road. But it’s a dinosaur, ancient and clumsy. The 2017 Land Rover Discovery that replaces it is leaner, more comfortable and still goes to work when the pavement disappears. The Discovery badge is back, and it means something…
The new 2017 Land Rover Discovery— the successor to the mighty LR4— is upon us, and I’m in Utah off-roading and on-roading (Is that a word? Anyway) the crap out of it for a few days. So tell me what you want to know, and I’ll do my darnedest to figure out some answers.
We all thought the new 2017 Land Rover Discovery was going to be a suburban yuppie-mobile with weak, sad off-roading abilities. While the first part of that clause is undoubtedly true, Land Rover has dropped the full details on the new Disco, and it looks like off-road capability is going to be more than just “okay.”…
We only saw the front of the new Land Rover Discovery and nothing else at the beginning of this month, but new leaked photos now show the rest of the car. And it looks...fine? It looks fine.
There are certain cars that should not be put on the Nurburgring. Not because it’s morally wrong or anything, but because there’s no point. Land Rover is coming out with a new Discovery soon, and it apparently wanted to put it around the ‘Ring. Watch it wallow, hear it scream, and then let’s never speak of this again.
Essentially an entire continent of wide-open spaces, Australia's a great place to find adventure off-road. Land Rover Australia asked owners to send them their best action shots from the last 25 years, then stitched them together for this killer clip.
Kate Middleton's younger, arguably cuter sister Pippa was biking across America with brother James and some other cyclists when their Land Rover LR4 support vehicle predictably (zing) crapped out, giving West Virginia Land Rover mechanics an opportunity to live out the ultimate Bruce Springsteen/I'm On Fire fantasy.
A reader spotted this camo'ed SUV in Tribeca, NYC that looks exactly like the mule we found in March which we now know was the new little Land Rover; the Discovery Sport. City testing isn't as sexy as a jungle crossing, but it's undoubtedly more appropriate. Neighborhoods like this are the modern Land Rover's native…
Yep, you're bogged. And your friend, well, I hope somebody else has a winch. Go home Land Rovers, you're drunk.
Land Rover Design Chief Gerry McGovern just announced that Land Rover's next SUV, which will be known as the Discovery Sport, will be "the most capable and versatile SUV in its class" when it goes on sale in 2015.
We're not talking about a scale model here. J. White's Automotive actually spent a whole weekend swapping a rusty frame on a 2004 Land Rover Discovery for a shiny new one, but they were kind enough to speed up the replay so we could relive it in fast motion.
From Truck Yeah!: The Land Rover Discovery Vision Concept will feature an incredibly intuitive pairing of grille-mounted cameras with a heads-up display in the windshield. The setup will project the view obstructed by the SUV's hood onto the window, effectively creating a "transparent truck" from the driver's…
The Land Rover Discovery Vision Concept will feature an incredibly intuitive pairing of grille-mounted cameras with a heads-up display in the windshield. The setup will project the view obstructed by the SUV's hood onto the window, effectively creating a "transparent truck" from the driver's perspective.
Land Rover is planning to unveil its "Discovery Vision" concept at the New York Auto Show this month, and the latest teaser video showcases what looks like full touch-screen interface and a very interesting concept for the rear seats.
BOOM! What's that? Oh yeah, it's a completely ridiculous Land Rover Discovery ad! ZOOM! It's here, today, for you to watch, right here, right now. POW! It's got noises, sounds, and it's 100% ghost free. Seriously, this guy's ad for his 1997 Disco is amazing.