The Discovery Sport is a starlet of its class, an eternal champion for adventure. It's been that way for decades, continuing the tradition that Land Rover pioneered. And, here at Pentland, we want you to enjoy all it has to offer, which is why we've chosen five Scottish micro adventures to test it, and selected our favourite features of the Sport that will only enhance the experience.
Situated on the Scottish Border, 7stanes is a mountain biking centre in the beautiful Glentress Forest, Built for all levels of experience, trails range from family friendly through to black graded circuits.
And, with the Discovery Sport's quick attach and release Tow Bar Mounted Bike Carrier, you can transport up to two bikes to the centre.
Home to give ski resorts, Scotland is the best place in the UK for snowboarding. Our choice of destination is the Cairngorms National Park at CairnGorm Mountain.
Scaling the mountain is a breeze with the Sport's terrain response system, with a choice of driving setting for a variety of weather conditions ensuring the SUV always excels.
Grab your white-water rafting crew and set course for one of Scotland's most ferocious white-water rivers, Nae Limits in Perthshire.
To help load all the equipment, use the Sport's powered gesture tailgate. Simply wave your foot beneath one of the car's rear corner sensors and the tailgate will autonomously open.
Bungee jumping is the ultimate adrenaline activity in Scotland, and you can free fall in the lush surroundings of Highland Perthshire at Killiecrankie or the Titan Crane in Glasgow.
To calm your nerves and help prepare for the big leap, the Discovery's interior is a place for relaxation. It possesses the finest in leather upholstery, luxurious to the touch.
Offering racing experiences in a range of supercars, Knockhill Racing Circuit near Dunfermline in fife is the only internationally graded racing circuit in Scotland.
We doubt however you'll be as enamoured with those models as the Sport, with newest iterations of the SUV capable of accelerating from 0-60mph in 6.5 seconds on to a top speed of 135mph.