The facelifted Land Rover Discovery was spotted testing
It was spied in the Alps alongside the current model
Seeing the two models side by side, some obvious changes to the facelifted model can be seen
A larger, more prominent front grille is the most obvious change
The front light cluster is still disguised
New indicator stalks and mirrors can also be seen
Sources suggest the facelifted model may use the same LED light cluster as the Range Rover
If that's true - it means the LED cluster could become a design signature for Land Rover
The car is due to go on sale in September
Changes to the 2014 Discovery are mostly minor
Sources suggest Land Rover could be developing its own LED light strip signature
New alloy wheel designs are expected to be among the revisions
Some of the model year changes will focus on driving down CO2
Economy is also likely to be improved
Land Rover's facelifted Discovery has been spotted testing in the Alps alongside the current model.
We already know the Land Rover Discovery 4 is in-line for a light nip and tuck for the 2014 model year, with the facelifted model going on sale in September.
Obvious changes on the car include a new front light cluster - possible echoing that of the new Range Rover's LED unit - and a larger, more prominent front grille. New indicator stalks and side mirrors can also be seen.
Other revisions are expected to be minor, with new alloy wheel designs, trim level revisions, and economy and CO2 tweaks.