Land Rover Discovery Landmark Edition revealed
Built to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Discovery, the Landmark Edition adds extra style to the SE model
Land Rover has launched a ‘Landmark Edition’ of the Discovery to celebrate 30 years of its largest SUV. The anniversary model features plenty of styling upgrades to mark the occasion. It’s available to order now, with prices starting from £57,350.
You might have expected that the Landmark Edition would sit at the top of the Discovery range, but it’s actually based on the mid-range SE spec. Land Rover has thrown in the Dynamic Exterior Pack as standard, which adds a restyled front bumper with black air vent strakes and a silver skid plate, plus fog lights, black grille detailing and black bonnet lettering.
The Landmark Edition also gets black 20-inch alloy wheels, ‘signature’ tail-lights and privacy glass. Two fixed panoramic glass sunroofs are fitted as standard to give the cabin a light and spacious feel.
Inside, there’s grained leather upholstery in a choice of beige or brown. The centre console is finished in Land Rover’s Satin Brushed option, and there’s a new aluminium trim finisher. There are few other interior changes, but a high-end Meridian sound system is included.
That’s on top of the equipment you get with SE spec, which includes sat nav, two-zone automatic climate control, a 360-degree parking aid and LED headlights. Being a Land Rover, the Discovery Landmark Edition also features All Terrain Progress Control and Terrain Response, plus a 900mm maximum wading depth and a towing capacity of 3,500kg.
Two engines are available for Landmark Edition buyers: a 237bhp 2.0-litre four cylinder diesel, or the 302bhp 3.0-litre six-cylinder diesel engine.
The Land Rover Discovery Landmark Edition costs £57,350, or £499 per month with a £12,792 deposit on a 37-month PCP finance deal.
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