Land Rover calls it ‘a looking glass into the future’, featuring a range of design cues and gizmological brainwaves. Essentially, the Discovery Vision Concept an illustration of how JLR is spending part of its colossal £3.5bn R&D investment over the next 12 months. Not that it drives or anything…
Since its dramatic unveiling just before the New York Auto Show in May, the Discovery Vision has popped up at Royal Windsor Horse Show and the Goodwood Festival of Speed, and an orange version was also unveiled in Beijing. But the silver concept didn’tmake a showing at the Eastnor Land Rover Show as planned, disappointing some who’d made the journey specifically to see it.
The Discovery Vision is taking pride of place at the Gaydon museum until close-of-play of Thursday July 31st. So hurry if you want to catch it! For information about the Heritage Motor Centre, click here.
LRO Editor Mike Goodbun revealed the inside story on the development of the Discovery Vision concept in our July 2014 issue. Click here to download the digital edition.