I’ve just driven the new Land Rover Discovery Sport and I’m seriously impressed.
I’ll post a full review soon, but based on several hours of driving on and off-road, the new “baby” Land Rover is going to be another success.
It’s a remarkable package – a genuine seven-seater and effortless over, under and through all manner of challenges.
The Discovery Sport coped brilliantly on the demanding Land Rover Experience course at Gaydon, Warwickshire, but was just as happy cruising on the Cotswolds roads to the south and the M40.
However, it’s the car’s remarkable interior design that really sets it apart from its rivals – it really is possible to arrange the seating in such a way that two adults can sit on the third row in relative comfort.