An insider at Land Rover recently told motoring magazine, Auto Express, that the new Discovery family will have more than three members.
The first model due for launch is the Discovery Sport, which is basically a replacement for the Freelander.
Next in line appears to be a smaller and cheaper model to slot in beneath the Evoque.
These models will serve as a platform for Land Rover’s next-generation off-road technology, such as the transparent bonnet on the Discovery Vision concept.
Land Rover is also talking about the possibility of an electronic off-road instructor, who will not only give you advice on how to conquer certain obstacles, but video footage to show you how as well.