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New Land Rover Discovery Sport Leaked, Looks Like a Mini Range Rover


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Scheduled for an official reveal on September 3, the all-new Land Rover Discovery Sport “leaked” a day early on the internet, with the first official photos released by an Italian website.

Land Rover Covered 750,000 Miles with 181 Discovery Sport Testers [w/Videos]


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As Land Rover is preparing for the launch of the Discovery Sport, the successor to the Freelander, the automaker released new pieces of information, this time from the development phase.

U Spy New Land Rover Discovery Sport in Two Different Countries


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Two Carscoops readers have spotted Land Rover testing the Freelander's replacement, to be known as the Discovery Sport, on two separate occasions: Noel Bellen nabbed a pair of prototypes in Belgium a couple of weeks ago, while Erik Jacobsen had a close encounter with the SUV outside London this past Thursday.

U Spy: New Land Rover Discovery Sport


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Our Hungarian friend and occasional prototype spotter Peter S., recently snapped these shots of the upcoming Land Rover Discovery Sport all dressed up for testing on the German Autobahn.

Scoop: Hotter New Range Rover Sport RS Flaunts its New Outfit


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The scent of spring has brought about a new dressing for Land Rover's upcoming sportier Range Rover Sport that was sighted wearing a refreshingly different camouflage wrap displaying the brand's models.

We Catch Land Rover Freelander Replacement on Film and Hear it Might be Named Discovery Sport


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During last week's Geneva Motor Show press days, Land Rover confirmed rumors that the Discovery nameplate will become its own family of vehicles, beginning from 2015 with the replacement of the Freelander (LR2 in America).

Spied But What Is It: Land Rover 'Baby' Discovery RS or Jaguar SUV Test Mule?


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Be prepared for a scoop-flavored mystery with this here prototype SUV that was captured undergoing winter tests in northern Europe.

Spy Shots: Land Rover's Baby Disco Smiles for the Camera


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Just like Land Rover's automotive engineers, our spies are also hopping from one country to another to picture them testing the brand's future models. Their latest shoot brought them to Sweden where the British firm was trying out a camouflaged prototype of the SUV that will replace the Freelander or LR2 in North America within the next year.

Spied: All-New Land Rover Freelander / LR2 Wearing Production Body


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You may remember that last time our spies caught up with the Land Rover Freelander's (called LR2 in North America) replacement, the British carmaker was evaluating a test mule outfitted with an extended length body of the Range Rover Evoque. Now, Land Rover has churned out a regular prototype with the production body of its upcoming SUV.

Spied: New Range Rover Sport RS and Evoque RS Sound Pretty Aggressive


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We first heard the rumors about Land Rover readying more potent and sportier versions of the Range Rover Sport and Evoque with the "RS" nameplate in the summer, and since then, we've actually scooped shots of the former in prototype trim. The Evoque RS, on the other hand, had remained hidden, until now.

Spied: LR Superchargers Range Rover Sport with RS Model


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If you look at Land Rover's current lineup, the fastest and most powerful editions of the new Range Rover Sport Mk2 are the Supercharged and Autobiography, both featuring a 510hp V8 that offers a 0-60mph (96km/h) time of 5.0 seconds.

However, that doesn't seem to satisfy Land Rover, or at least, not from a marketing perspective, as the British firm is now working on a more performance orientated model, rumored to wear the RS moniker.

Spy Shots: 2014 Land Rover Discovery / LR4 Lightly Updated, May Get Supercharged V6


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It's been a little over two years since Land Rover applied any noteworthy upgrades to its Discovery, also known as the LR4 in North America, mainly with the fitment of an 8-speed automatic across the range and a raft of technology and comfort system updates, so the British automaker wants to polish up its luxury SUV with a mild facelift to improve sales.

Spied: New Range Rover Ready to Give Birth to Long Wheelbase Version


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What looks like an impregnated 2014 Range Rover in these photos is in fact a new, upcoming addition to Land Rover's flagship SUV.

It's the Long-Wheelbase (LWB) model that adds around 150mm (5.9 inches) to the regular Range Rover's already generous 2,922mm (115 inches) wheelbase, pushing the overall length to over 5.15 meters (202.8 inches) and creating a King-Size, lounge like area for the rear passengers.

Spy Shots: Is Land Rover Working on a Hotter Range Rover Sport?


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A camouflaged prototype of the new generation 2014 Range Rover Sport roaming outside the Nürburgring track caught the attention of our spy photographers, and all for good reason.

You see, the regular versions of the Range Rover Sport Mk2 are already available for order in a number of countries with delivers set for this fall (i.e. Land Rover UK made an announcement today). On top of that, this particular prototype was wearing a modified front bumper with larger air inlets. There are no other visible differences from the production Range Rover Sport.

Land Rover Drops Teaser Video of 2014 Range Rover Sport Arriving in New York


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As you probably know from our story last week, the design of the all-new 2014 Range Rover Sport is no longer a secret. So, to pass the time more quickly before the SUV's official reveal on March 26 at the 2013 New York International Auto Show, Land Rover thought about releasing a fresh teaser video of its new model.

This is the All-New 2014 Range Rover Sport!


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Facebook user VMax 200 posted a photo, which seems to be a genuine picture of the all-new 2014 Range Rover Sport. Although the car may be mistaken for a tuned version of the Range Rover, there are some details that prove it’s the real thing.

Take the front bumper, for instance. It looks exactly like the one in these spy photos we posted last month. The more inclined windshield is also a good clue, as are the more elongated headlights and the slightly smaller glasshouse.

Spied: Land Rover Trots Out New Freelander LR2 Test Mule


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Looking at the zebra-like-themed Land Rover prototype in these spy shots, you would be forgiven to believe that it's a camouflaged Range Rover Evoque, because that's partially true.

If you take a closer look, though, you will notice two things that stand out on the car: the longer wheelbase (evident from the wider rear wheel arches and the positioning of the rear door) and the extended rear overhang.

Spy Shots: New Range Rover Sport Sheds More Camouflage


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The wait for the new Range Rover Sport is almost over, which is why the British firm's engineers have peeled a few more layers of camouflage from one of their latest prototypes, seen here testing in its natural habitat (at least in theory) close to the Arctic Circle.

Like the model it replaces, the new Range Rover Sport is an offspring of the bigger and boxier Range Rover. With the second generation model, Land Rover wants to increase the visual distance between the two SUVs.

Scoop: New Range Rover Sport Filmed in the Mojave Desert


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Vast as it may be, the Mojave Desert is a good place to begin your search for automotive engineers trialing camouflaged prototypes of future models. The scoopsters at KGP Photography know this all too well and were on hand to record a number of 2014 Range Rover Sport test cars.

Future Cars: Conceptualizing the 2014 Range Rover Sport


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Drug dealers and gangsters unite (and of course the rest of us who like a sporty Rangie); the British off-road specialists are re-imagining their entrant to the hyper SUV market - that being the all-new Range Rover Sport.

The current generation of the Sport has been with us since 2005 as a sportier alternative to the larger Range Rover. It's been a hit with the trendy suburbanites and downtown corporate suites here and in Europe - although in the latter land they're mainly used for transporting hit-men and smugglers.

This is a lucrative market and Land Rover knows it, hence why the brand is expanding its lineup of luxury off-roaders.