Land Rover launch the brand new Discovery XXV model
In some car industry news today to make it's way out of the British owned car company Land Rover, we are excited to report on one of the latest releases from the brand here in the UK and around various parts of the world too which comes in the shape and form of the all new, Discovery XXV model. The vehicle itself is the next step up for the world of family style SUV models and over the duration of the existence of Land Rover they have had many perfect all round SUV'S under their belt but with what we know so far regarding this all new Discovery model, perhaps this could be the finest all round vehicle to date.
What makes the Land Rover Discovery XXV special?
So with that in mind it would take something truly phenomenal to make this model stand out above previous models that have come before in the Land Rover range and, why do we believe that this all new addition to the Land Rover family will rival similar cars from brands such as Audi, Honda and BMW? Well firstly we see the welcome addition of a 3.0 litre V6 Turbo diesel engine that in total produces power overall of 252bhp. With this in mind we see the model make the sprint from 0 to 62 miles per hour in a time of just 8.8 seconds. The overall top speed that this new Discovery hits out at is set to 112 miles per hour. The vehicle comes in a four wheel drive format but does also come complete with the welcome addition of an eight speed,automatic transmission system.
In regards to some of the more key features and what we believe could very well be some good selling points for the car, we see these come in the shape and form of 20 inch alloy wheels, built in cruise and climate control, a stop start system and to finish the vehicle off well we also see the introduction of a Meridian stereo.
How much will the Land Rover Discovery set you back?
We are pleased to announce that you can officially make the investment into one of these brand new models right now from your closest Land Rover dealership and you can expect to make the investment into this model for a cost of £63,000.