Land Rover is creating a family of affordable SUVs under the Discovery nameplate aimed at entry luxury buyers.
Entry lux from Land Rover
Range Rover nameplates will continue as the second family of vehicles covering the high end.
Here are Land Rover's future product plans.
Discovery Sport: The Discovery Sport will replace the LR2 in the United States when it goes on sale next year. It will be priced in the mid-$30,000 range but not lower than the current LR2.
Discovery: The LR4 will be redesigned in 2016 and called the Discovery. It may use the Range Rover platform.
Range Rover Evoque: The compact crossover will be refreshed in two years.
Range Rover: No changes are expected for the next few years.
Ranger Rover Sport: No changes are expected for the next two to three years.
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