Images of the 2017 Land Rover Discovery has been accidently published on the company's Australian website ahead of its official reveal. The images show the new 2017 Discovery tackling dunes and desert tracks and reveals the uncovered exterior.
The new 2017 Land Rover Discovery design reveal LED daylight running lights can be seen as well as the rear LED units. The leaked pictures reveal a clear view for the first time of the new Discovery's design with the asymmetrical tailgate and the imposing stance.
The images also profess the Land Rover Discovery off-road capabilities which will remain intact with the new generation Discovery from Land Rover. The new 2017 Land Rover Discovery will be revealed today in Paris and will be on sale from 2017.
The fifth-generation Land Rover Discovery is a larger SUV with 7-seater layout and could be powered by Land Rover's 2.0-litre Ingenium diesel unit, also expected is the 3.0-litre V6 mill on both petrol and diesel guise.
The company has already confirmed that the 2017 model will be featured with nine USB ports and secure storage space to hide your iPads. Also seen is the innovative ‘Intelligent Seat Technology' system that can be operated to fold down the seats remotely from a smartphone app.