The redesigned 2017 Land Rover Discovery will be less boxy and feature a rounder, more fluid design than its predecessor, spy images show.
Photos of a heavily camouflaged fifth-generation Discovery emerged late last week and show it will have many design cues from the Discovery Vision Concept that Land Rover revealed in 2014.
The new Discovery, which replaces the fourth generation known as the LR4 in North America, appears to feature rounder windows and front and rear ends than those of the current model.
That puts the new Discovery in line with the rest of Land Rover’s newly redesigned vehicles, which have largely abandoned the brand’s boxy look.
The new Discovery follows the debut of the Discovery Sport midsize crossover, which replaced the LR2 in the United States and the Freelander elsewhere.