2014 Land Rover Discovery Facelift caught for the first time

The next-generation Land Rover Discovery 5 chassis testing mule was caught for the first time earlier this year near the Arctic Circle.

Looks like before the Discovery 5 arrives in couple of years, the current Discovery 4 is getting a small facelift.

Caught testing in UK, the Discovery 4 facelift is very lightly disguised hiding the new headlights and fog lights. There are also new redesigned side mirrors and we can also expect the facelifted model to get revised bumpers and an updated grille.

The engine line-up is also very likely to see some changes. Stay tuned for more details!


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