The next-generation Land Rover Freelander was caught testing by AutoGuide.com’s spy photographers.
Based on a modified Evoque platform, the new utility vehicle is expected to be re-badged as a Discovery model and will be larger than the current Freelander with a seven-seater version available. It is likely that the British automaker will be forming a Discovery sub-brand that will consist of two models and will have a similar naming convention as the Range Rover and Range Rover Sport models.
In the U.S., the Freelander is better known as the LR2 while the Discovery carries the LR4 badge.
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