It’s no secret Land Rover products are good off-road. The brand has been making a name for itself since 1948, after all. But in modern times, Land Rover has been trading solid axles and ladder frames for unibody construction and independent suspensions with air springs. Land Rover’s latest vehicle is the 2017 Discovery, an all-new take on the classic nameplate that dates back four generations. Now in its fifth, the Discovery adopts the unibody chassis and high-tech gadgetry designed to make it handle rough terrain better than its competition. Well, this week has me behind the wheel of the fifth-generation Disco, and boy does it ever impress.