Land Rover Discovery SVX 525 hp and all-terrain drive

By:   Fedora Atjeh Fedora Atjeh   |   September 12, 2017
Land Rover Discovery SVX 525 hp and all-terrain drive

At the Frankfurt Motor Show has been presented the most radical Discovery known until, the Land Rover Discovery SVX. It is a version of the fifth generation of the all-rounder, which is handmade and has many unique elements.

The first and perhaps most striking, is the engine. It has a supercharged 5.0-liter V8 petrol engine with 525 hp of power, making it the most powerful Discovery ever built.

This model will start manufacturing next year at the SVO Technical Center in Great Britain, designed for ATV enthusiasts. For this reason, it has modifications in the suspension, the Hydraulic Active Anti-Roll Control (H-ARC) which, in addition to improving its traction in the field, also reduces body balancing.

Land Rover Discovery SVX 525 hp and all-terrain drive

The air suspension allows you to improve the improved angles of attack and output, and has increased the stroke of the shock absorbers and has revised pivots. The active central and electronic rear differential lock works with the Terrain Response 2 system.

Aesthetically striking is also the prominent off-road tires, the unique front and rear bumpers with protective plates.

Land Rover Discovery SVX 525 hp and all-terrain drive

It has metallic towing eyebolts visible in orange (Rush Orange) that have a recovery capacity of more than six tons. It also has an integrated and an electric rear winch system.

An anti-reflective finish has been applied to the bonnet to facilitate the practice of the off-road vehicle. The body painted in Tectonic Gray color, combines with the details in orange, with the seats with the X logo and the SVX marks.

Land Rover Discovery SVX 525 hp and all-terrain drive

In addition it has silver roof bars, additional roof lights to improve visibility especially on night off-road routes. The definitive characteristics of the Land Rover Discovery SVX will be known in a few months before it starts to commercialize.

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