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“7-Seat practicality meets modern chic design” – that’s Urban Automotive’s tagline for their Land Rover Discovery model and we can’t help but agree with them!

The Discovery always used to be the Range Rover’s understudy, but these days with the sleek yet imposing styling, spacious seven seat layout and high-quality interior it really is an impressive SUV to drive and own.

But of course this isn’t any ordinary Discovery – yes it has the mighty 3-litre straight-6 turbodiesel engine, but on the outside it has been given a serious makeover by Urban!

Their trademark kit has been added, which includes a new full carbon fibre front bumper with exposed carbon air intakes and splitter, new carbon fibre rear diffuser, tweaked exhaust system with carbon tips and a set of very nice new 22” alloy wheels in a choice of designs and finishes. But they also fix one of the Discovery’s most controversial design elements – the offset rear plate which doesn’t really serve a purpose on this generation is relocated with a new central tailgate piece that really tidies up the rear end.

We think this is one of the best looking cars that Urban produces - and it could be yours next week! Enter the BOTB competition here.

Spec

Retail Price £89,225
Cash Alternative £71,000
0-62mph 7.0secs
Top Speed 130mph
Power 302bhp
Displacement 3.0ltr
Engine Position Front
Drivetrain AWD
MPG 36.7
CO2 202
Engine / Cyls i6 Turbo Diesel
Torque 700

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Retail Price £89,225
Cash Alternative £71,000
0-62mph 7.0secs
Top Speed 130mph
Power 302bhp
Displacement 3.0ltr
Engine Position Front
Drivetrain AWD
MPG 36.7
CO2 202
Engine / Cyls i6 Turbo Diesel
Torque 700

“7-Seat practicality meets modern chic design” – that’s Urban Automotive’s tagline for their Land Rover Discovery model and we can’t help but agree with them!

The Discovery always used to be the Range Rover’s understudy, but these days with the sleek yet imposing styling, spacious seven seat layout and high-quality interior it really is an impressive SUV to drive and own.

But of course this isn’t any ordinary Discovery – yes it has the mighty 3-litre straight-6 turbodiesel engine, but on the outside it has been given a serious makeover by Urban!

Their trademark kit has been added, which includes a new full carbon fibre front bumper with exposed carbon air intakes and splitter, new carbon fibre rear diffuser, tweaked exhaust system with carbon tips and a set of very nice new 22” alloy wheels in a choice of designs and finishes. But they also fix one of the Discovery’s most controversial design elements – the offset rear plate which doesn’t really serve a purpose on this generation is relocated with a new central tailgate piece that really tidies up the rear end.

We think this is one of the best looking cars that Urban produces - and it could be yours next week! Enter the BOTB competition here.