The Discovery 4 (LR4) is an updated version of the earlier Discovery 3
. While it maintains the Integrated Body Frame structure of the older model, the Discovery 4 has altered front/rear light clusters and a restyled front grille and bumper. It adopts the same smoother, rounder style as the 2010 Range Rover
and Range Rover Sport
. The Discovery 4 also retains body-coloured wheel arches and bumpers. Optional Daylight Running Lamps can be specified whilst LED lights feature in both front and rear light clusters.
The one millionth example built rolled off the Solihull production line in March 2012 - a major milestone in the history of Land Rover Discovery
. The vehicle was driven from Solihull to Beijing, China in to replicate a 1950s expedition. During the trip, G459 WAC, a pre-production Discovery 1
joined the expedition when it visited Lake Geneva. The expedition concluded with the actual Millionth Discovery appearing at the Beijing Motor Show. This vehicle subsequently returned to go on permanent exhibition at the British Motor Museum
centre at Gaydon, Warwickshire - next door to the Jaguar Land Rover engineering centre.
Available in 2.7 TdV6, 3.0 TdV6, 4.4 V8 and 3.0 SDV6 engine options.