New spec levels introduce subtle exterior and interior upgrades, priced from £47,495
11 November 2015

The Land Rover Discovery has had two new spec levels added to its range: Landmark and Graphite.

The £55,995 Landmark model adds black exterior accessories along with Discovery badging roof rails in a pale finish to the HSE Luxury level Discovery. Exterior badges at the side and rear signify the Landmark designation. A copper-coloured paint finish is also unique to Landmark cars, although the trim level is available in other colours.

Inside, Landmark spec adds Land Rover’s Extended Leather Pack, which features a new tan leather colour previously unavailable on the Discovery.

Graphite spec cars feature a grey grille and grey wing vents, with graphite-coloured highlights across the exterior trim of the car. A new graphite-coloured 19in alloy wheel design is also only available on the Graphite. The Discovery Graphite starts at £47,495.

Both spec levels bring only aesthetic revisions to the Discovery. First deliveries are expected in January 2016, and both editions are available to order now.

By Jimi Beckwith

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11 November 2015
A lot of changes to the inside yet no pictures, thank the lord, the description of all that tanned leather sounds vomit inducing enough, a visual of the inside might cause death by way of excessive bad taste.

 

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12 November 2015
xxxx wrote:

A lot of changes to the inside yet no pictures, thank the lord, the description of all that tanned leather sounds vomit inducing enough, a visual of the inside might cause death by way of excessive bad taste.

Why is leather bad taste?


12 November 2015
When it's on everything and a garish colour

 

Hydrogen cars just went POP

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