SPECIAL VEHICLE OPERATIONS EXPLORING EXTREME DISCOVERY MODEL
Great news for all Land Rover Discovery fans and enthusiasts, according to UK motoring press, the Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) division for Jaguar Land Rover are currently devising plans to launch a brand-new Discovery SVX – an enhanced version of the 5th generation model which arrived in showrooms this February.
Since 1989, the Land Rover Discovery has been taking drivers to new heights by excelling in off-road capability and performance.
The all new Discovery, however, it expected to outperform all of its predecessors. By featuring chunky off-road tyres, powerful spotlights, supportive seats and harnesses to aide in driving at steep angles, an SVX variant would take the Discovery formula to the extreme. It is likely to be based on the top-spec 3.0 litre TDV6 model – providing an attractive proposition for 4X4 super-fans.
Despite there being no word on the release date, SVO have suggested a regular timeframe for vehicle releases.
“We plan to introduce a new product every year for the next three or four years”
John Edwards, Managing Director, Special Vehicle Operations
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It is possible that the Discovery SVX could be announced in the next 12 months, but we will have to wait and see. The features mentioned can only be speculated at present, as the designs are kept closely under wraps by the SVO team. We at Pentland would love to know which features you would like to see from the all new Discovery SVX!
If you’d like to know more about the new Discovery, or get news about the SVX model when it becomes available, please contact your local Pentland team using the links below.