Land Rover Reveal New Discovery
Last week I was invited to the reveal of the new Land Rover Discovery 5 and can honestly say I was utterly blown away. Set in the most prestigious of locations at Packington Hall in Warwickshire. The reveal was an epic event of all proportions. Not only for the anticipation of an iconic new vehicle but supported by loyal Land Rover fans, (of which I am one) as I currently drive a discovery and love my car for the utter luxury but also power and resilience it has. Bear Grylls aptly parasailed out of a helicopter and Sir Ben Ainslie and his team drove the latest disco's through water and under a LEGO bridge which was supporting two vehicles.
Long-term Land Rover fans Bear Grylls, Sir Ben Ainslie and Zara Phillips all took part in the dynamic live reveal of Land Rover’s most versatile model around a Guinness World Record breaking 13-metre high LEGO structure.The New Discovery embodies Land Rover’s drive to go Above and Beyond, combining British desirability with an unstoppable spirit of adventure. It is highly desirable with unrivalled capability and technology like no other. Checkout the show-stopping reveal and Guinness World Records attempt above.
Personally I am utterly obsessed in the new Discovery, not only is it dynamic, powerful and such a beautiful streamlined design its definitely a step ahead not only in the style stakes but in terms of being at the forefront of technology which for me as a digital influencer is soo important.
My iphone had died by the time we got around to hanging out in the new Discovery and within seconds of plugging it in, it was re-charged. Some of the technology is just incredible, for example 'The Intelligent Seat Fold' technology is a world first and allows users to fold the second and third row of the SUV's full-size adult seats through a smartphone app.
Not only that but the fifth generation Discovery incorporates a 4G WiFi hotspot for up to eight devices, now for a technology addict like myself this is amazing. There are also up to nine USB ports on board, which comes in very handy when you have lots of kids on multiple devices combined with four 12V charging points. Another feature I love is the central console area holds up to four iPads.
I need the new Discovery in my life, need i say more.
Thanks Land Rover for having me.