This is Land Rover's updated Discovery 3, which will go on sale this August.
The face-lifted car will cost from 29,950, a price increase of 30 over current levels.
There are only slight changes over the current model, with the most significant being mild tweaks to the bumpers and wheelarches, which have been restyled and will be body-coloured as standard.
A new 19-inch, seven-spoke alloy wheel design will also be available.
Interior alterations are limited to an upgraded Bluetooth system.
Due to very low demand Land Rover is dropping its current entry-level Discovery, the five-seat TDV6, and the 7-seat GS will take its place as the base model.