Fresh from its debut at last month’s New York motor show, Land Rover’s Discovery Vision Concept is now on public display at the Royal Windsor Horse Show, held in the grounds of Windsor Castle near Slough, Berkshire.
Land Rover is showcasing the vehicle to get reaction from UK buyers – which says a lot about how well the company must feel it has been received so far. The 2011 DC100 concepts, intended to show how the next Defender could look, were never put on show in the UK.
The silver Discovery Vision Concept at Windsor is a styling model only (as is its orange twin that was shown in Beijing), and the technology it boasts is limited to a fold-out rear step, but it has been built as a talking point for the advanced research and development that Land Rover is working on behind the scenes.
The Windsor event is a great opportunity to make your own mind up about the Discovery Vision’s styling, which has been likened to a Range Rover, Ford Explorer, and others, including Saab, Citroen…
For a complete list of the technology Land Rover is working on, see our Discovery Vision tech lowdown.
For more details on how to get tickets to the Royal Windsor Horse Show, see rwhs.co.uk