Next generation 2015 Land Rover Freelander spotted in India

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Remember we recently posted that Jaguar Land Rover, the Tata Group’s British premium car manufacturer, has posted a decent sales growth figure? To be frank, we weren’t really surprised to see Land Rover perform really well, what with the great demand for the its new car? (Read: Evoque, new Range Rover and Range Rover Sport)?


Joining the likes of the above cars will soon be the next gen Freelander. The car was recently caught undergoing road tests on public roads of Kerala! This is the third time in past few days that the car has been spotted running on Indian roads. The test mule that was spotted recently bore local registration plates. Underpinning the new Freelander is a modified Evoque platform and the car will come with two seating layouts- 5 seat and 7 seats. The new car is expected to arrive in 2014 and will offer a set of engine options that will include various four cylinder engines, along with a supercharged petrol motor. The new Freelander is most likely to be sold as a ‘Discovery’ and safely expect the car to be here within a year of its public debut.

Stay tuned for more info on the next gen Freelander. Also, here is a look at the current gen Freelander 2 SE Tech Specs-

Dimensions & Weight
Length 4500 mm
Width 2195 mm
Height 1740 mm
Wheelbase 2660 mm
Kerb Weight 1805 kg


Seating Capacity 5 Person
Doors 5 Doors
No of Seating Rows 2 Rows


Engine & Transmission
Engine Type 4 cylinder inline diesel engine
Displacement 2179 cc
Fuel Type Diesel
Max Power 190 bhp @ 4000 RPM
Max Torque 420 Nm @ 1750 RPM
Mileage (ARAI) 12.39 kmpl
Valve/Cylinder (Configuration) 4
Cylinders 4, Inline
Transmission Type Automatic
No of gears 6 Gears
Drivetrain AWD


Suspensions, Brakes, Steering & Tyres
Front Brake Type Disc
Rear Brake Type Disc
Steering Type Electric variable type – speed proportional
Front Tyres 235 / 65 R17
Rear Tyres 235 / 65 R17

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  • Harry Jewell says:

    The future of Land Rover is pleasing. Sale figures have been through the roof and I hope that with this new freelander sales will continue to rise as 4x4s are selling so well nowadays.