2015 Land Rover Discovery 5 Chassis Testing Mule Spied

Last year Land Rover revealed the all-new fourth generation Range Rover. The next-generation Range Rover Sport has been spied many times and is expected to debut soon, we have also seen the first chassis testing mules of the next-generation Freelander 3.

Here we have the first pictures of the chassis testing mule for the next Land Rover Discovery 5, caught near the Arctic Circle in Sweden.

Based on the Discovery 4, the chassis testing mule has wider wheel cases and you can see some test equipment inside the car as well. New fifth-generation Discovery will use the new lightweight all-aluminium monocoque body structure, meaning it will be lighter, stronger and more rigid.

As the Discovery 5 development is in early stages we don’t expect to see full body prototypes before the end of this year. Stay tuned for more details and new pictures!


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  • Spike 197

    looks standard to me, suspect its more likely testing for model year update, possibly with the new V6 Petrol as used in Jag’s already