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LAND ROVER COUNTRY PURSUITS DISCOVERY CONCEPT

Jaguar Land Rover SVO has unveiled a unique concept version of the Land Rover Discovery, tailored to the needs of the UK’s 600,000* estates managers and country pursuits community.

Based on a UK-specification 3.0-litre TD6 Discovery HSE Luxury, with Aintree Green paint, Grey contrast roof, and Ebony leather trim, the concept vehicle features an Ebony veneered cabinet for safe transportation of up to four sleeved guns, with two Ebony leather-lined drawers for ammunition and accessories in place of the third-row seating.

A full-height Land Rover Gear Genuine Accessories Luggage Divider with Loadspace Partition, which is available for purchase on all Discovery vehicles, creates a secure area for two dogs and hanging clothing or game. Visit Land Rover Gear to find out more.

The country pursuits Discovery concept takes advantage of the Discovery’s legendary versatility with a 3.5-tonne towing capacity and capability to wade through water up to 900mm whatever the weather or terrain.

Mud-terrain 255/55R19 Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac tyres on 19-inch alloy wheels help maximise grip across soft surfaces, while the Discovery’s go-anywhere abilities are fully optimised with a class-leading suite of all-terrain technologies including Terrain Response 2.

Greg Clark, Jaguar Land Rover Vehicle Personalisation Director, said:

“The Bespoke by SVO team exists to individually tailor our vehicles to the precise needs of our clients, some of whom have expressed an interest in an ideal automotive companion for their country pursuits and conservation activities. We believe the Land Rover Discovery is the most versatile all-terrain SUV in the world and this country pursuits concept illustrates how discreet modifications can further enhance its suitability without compromising the comfort our clients expect.”

Find out more about the country pursuits Discovery concept by contacting Bespoke by SVO.

*SOURCE: Public and Corporate Economic Consultants (PACEC), 2014
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