As you can see from this not-so-camouflaged final stage prototype, the 2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport comes with Evoque and Range Rover Sport styling cues and the option of a third row with two jump seats. So... it's an Explorer?
The 2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport will debut later this year to replace the aging Freelander, and JLR has now confirmed that their latest SUV will indeed be a seven-seater.
Add Jaguar's super light new engines to the package at a price that cuts under the Evoque's $41,100 list price just like the current LR2 does, and the Discovery Sport starts to look even better.
Let's just hope it can still go off-road after all that urbanization.