Land Rover wanted to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Discovery SUV, so it has just introduced the special Landmark Edition.
The Discovery Landmark Edition is built around the SE trim level, but comes standard with the Dynamic Exterior Pack which adds a new bumper, Narvik Black mesh grille, and bespoke fender vents. Land Rover has also fitted front and rear panoramic roofs, front fog lights and signature Hi-Line taillights. There’s also privacy glass, 20-inch Gloss Black wheels, and unique Landmark badging.
Buyers will be able to option the SUV’s interior in either Ebony or Acorn grained leather. The cabin also features a Satin Brushed center console, a 380W Meridian Sound System and some aluminum trim. Land Rover will sell the Discovery Landmark Edition with both its SD4 and SD6 diesel engines that make 240 hp and 306 hp respectively.
All Discovery Landmark Edition models come equipped with a multitude of impressive features designed to make them perfect for any kind of off-roading adventure, such as All Terrain Progress Control, for example, which allows drivers to set and maintain a steady speed in challenging conditions. This system works alongside Terrain Response 2, that offers a number of different driving modes. The Landmark Edition also has a wading depth of 900 mm (35.4-inches) and a 3,500 kg (7,716 lbs) towing capacity.
The Land Rover Discovery Landmark Edition can be leased for £499 ($651) a month over 37 months with a £12,792 ($16,702) deposit.