A camouflaged all-new Land Rover Discovery was spotted when it was being tested in the snow. It was reportedly using the SDV6 turbodiesel 3.0-liter engine.
The new Discovery will initially be offered with a seven-seat layout and will most likely make use of the same platform that has underpinned the Range Rover. This aluminum-intensive construction will mean reduced weight.
The 3.0-liter six-cylinder turbodiesel engine will be the core engine used and most likely Land Rover will also offer some of its Ingenium motors.
The all-new Land Rover Discovery is expected to be unveiled at the Paris Motor show in October. To get an idea of what it may look like unwrapped, have a look at the Discovery Vision Concept.