Video – Land Rover Discovery Vision Concept interiors detailed

Posted on: Apr 30, 2014 - 2:14pm IST

Land Rover showcased the Land Rover Discovery Vision Concept at the New York Auto Show, followed by a showcase at the Beijing Motor Show last week (the only difference being that the Beijing show car was painted in Orange).

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The video above takes us through the interiors of the concept.

The suicide doors open to reveal three-rows of seats in a 2+3+2 configuration. The second and third row of seats seem flexible in that they can be adjusted for different needs. The second row of seats can be brought forward to increase the legroom for third row occupants, or the seat supports fold in theatre seats like fashion (cue the Honda Jazz) to store tall objects.

Land Rover Discovery Vision concept at 2014 NY auto show front
The first of the new vehicles will be called the Land Rover Discovery Sport.

On opening the bootlid, the concept showcases a small bench seat for its occupants to probably relax and take in the views. Alternatively, the front seat backs feature entertainment screens and tables.

The Discovery Vision Concept previews a new family of off-roaders under the ‘Discovery’ brand. The first of these vehicles would be a successor for the Land Rover Freelander. Land Rover announced that the first car will be called Discovery Sport.

Land Rover Discovery Vision Concept – 2014 New York Auto Show – Image Gallery

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2 thoughts on “Video – Land Rover Discovery Vision Concept interiors detailed

  1. GB says:

    Anjan, Suicide rear doors will only make sense for cars like the BMW I3 which probably have a fixed tailgate architecture because of the placement of 2 motors at its rear. The suicide rear door without the b-post then compensates for the limited access into the rear compartments of the car.

    Now, does a fixed tail gate car closer to home ring a bell? 😉

  2. Mohit Verma says:

    The interior looks quite good and up market. Hope they price it well in Indian market whenever they launch


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