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2011 Land Rover Discovery 4 Landmark Limited Editions

Black and white are colors that will always be in fashion so it’s really no surprise that automakers choose these two colors when devising some of their special editions. Land Rover is just another example of that as they have unveiled a special edition Discovery 4 that pays tribute to those exact monochromatic colors. Called the Discovery 4 ’Landmark’, this special edition will be offered in Santorini Black or Fuji White color schemes and will go on sale in January 2011.

The exterior of the Landmark edition will be distinguished by Santorini Black finish grille vanes, gloss black 20" 5-spoke diamond-turned alloy wheels, privacy glass, and Satin Black extended roof rails. The interior gets Taurus interior leather which comes in either Ebony or - for the first time in a Discovery - Ivory. Under the hood there is a highly efficient 3.0 liter SDV6 twin turbo diesel engine.

The new Discovery 4 Landmark will also be offered with the Terrain ResponseTM system, which optimizes the vehicle set-up for virtually all on-road or off-road driving situations, with five different settings to suit different terrains.

Press release after the jump.

Press release

Land Rover will introduce the new Discovery 4 ’Landmark’ Limited Editions in January 2011 featuring unique Black and White colour themes.

This new variant brings a fresh, more contemporary sense of design to the latest Discovery 4 line-up. Both the Black and White models blend high-end interiors with bold, contemporary colour schemes, giving the Discovery 4 a more upmarket look. In keeping with the core appeal of the Discovery 4, this Limited Edition offers on-road refinement to match most executive saloons, the versatility of a large people carrier and unrivalled off-road capability.

Land Rover Discovery 4 Landmark Limited Editions

"The new Landmark Limited Edition Discovery 4 has been created to offer our customers more choice," said Land Rover design director Gerry McGovern. "The Discovery 4 is already the ultimate all-purpose vehicle, but we’ve brought a new, bolder, more contemporary edge to the design, offering a higher level of luxury in the cabin."

The Landmark is available in Santorini Black or Fuji White colour schemes. A high-specification Taurus interior leather comes in either Ebony or - for the first time in a Discovery - Ivory. Offsetting the Grand Ivory veneer with a contrasting top stitch creates a duo-tone look, offering bold colour combinations to give both versions a striking, contemporary finish. 

The exterior also benefits from Santorini Black finish grille vanes, gloss black 20" 5-spoke diamond-turned alloy wheels, privacy glass, and Satin Black extended roof rails that create a unique side silhouette.

Land Rover Discovery 4 Landmark Limited Editions

The Landmark is powered by Land Rover’s highly efficient 3.0 litre SDV6 twin turbo diesel engine that offers a nine percent fuel economy improvement (EU combined cycle), compared to 2.7 litre engine it replaced and ten percent less CO2, re-affirming the brand’s ongoing commitment to environmental sustainability.

All variants come with Land Rover’s award-winning Terrain ResponseTM system, which optimises the vehicle set-up for virtually all on-road or off-road driving situations, with five different settings to suit different terrains.

The Land Rover Discovery first went on-sale in 1989 and since then has received over 150 awards from all over the world. The Discovery 4 has won a number of awards, including, in the UK, 4x4 Magazine’s Car of the Year and the Scottish Car of the Year and, internationally, the Best 4x4 for Spain’s Car and Driver, Best Annual SUV for Autocar in China and All-Round SUV of the Year for Bloomberg’s USA.

The Discovery 4 Limited Editions will go on-sale from in the UK from January 2011, priced at £46,945 OTR.



4 comments:

I’m not a fan of the mileage and would love the option of the diesel version if they can get it clean
enough to pass Cali emissions (like Audi, VW and Benz has done).

i like it. its edgy and dark. i just don’t like the tail light. but like PONTIAC said, its too glamorous for discovery. the car by itself is beautiful but i don’t know this as discovery. they should come up with something to replace the original discovery that you can take anywhere

I ’m not a fan of the mileage and would love the option of the diesel version if they can get it clean enough to pass Cali emissions (like Audi, VW and Benz has done).

This looks good for the next Land Rover entry. Hope that it will still retain much of the great features of the previous year’s model.

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