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In Pictures: Land Rover's latest concept vehicle

For Michael Bettencourt's story about the Land Rover Discovery Vision Concept, please click on the link below.

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Land Rover Discovery Vision Concept has three rows of seating that will seat seven in a 2/3/2 configuration.

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This concept is “a radical re-imagining of the Discovery,” claims Land Rover.

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The second and third row seats slide and fold into a number of configurations.

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A raised beltline with four coach-style doors which operate on an electronic gesture recognition system, eliminating the need for door handles.

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The side mirrors have embedded cameras, increasing the field of vision for parking and reverse driving.

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The single-piece tailgate is also gesture-controlled and electrically powered.

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Both front and rear windows have hidden wipers. They are hidden under the rear spoiler.

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Steps with LED lighting on each side

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The seats are made from Foglizzo H20w, a treated, washable premium leather.

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Land Rover’s “social seating” platform, stowed under the luggage floor, turns into a tailgate platform or a bench seat.

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The Discovery Vision Concept made its global debut at an exclusive event in New York City at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum on April 14, 2014.

Brian Ach/Getty Images for Land Rover

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The Discovery Vision Concept, Land Rover's design vision for a family of new premium SUVs.

Brian Ach/Getty Images for Land Rover

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