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When the All-New Discovery launched in South Africa, in 2017, customers from around the country were taken on an unforgettable test drive experience at Discovery Park. They enjoyed adventure in the heart of the city at the Kyalami Race Circuit, behind the wheel of one of our highly capable vehicles, the All-New Discovery.

They navigated inclines, descents, low-traction surfaces and wheel articulation sections. In addition the course covered towing skills, including manoeuvring, reversing and driving skills. Customers learnt about towing a trailer reliably, both on-road and off-road. All of these elements demonstrated the impressive ability of Land Rover products while ensuring the driver’s confidence in the vehicle. Customers were treated to an enjoyable culinary experience through-out the day.

At this purpose-built obstacle course they were able to safely push the newest member of the Discovery family to its limits. Those who pushed hardest – and recorded the moment with a selfie using the #AllNewDiscovery hashtag – stood a chance of winning a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Peru, for a Land Rover Discovery experience like no other.

The winner of this competition was Joe Fleming, from Johannesburg.


28 Victoria Link, Route 21 Corporate Park, Nellmapius Drive, 
Irene X30, Centurion, Tshwane, Gauteng, 
South Africa

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