The L.A. Auto Show opens to the public today, but earlier this week it was all about the press. While there was plenty of Land Rover action was taking place a few miles away in West Hollywood, one of our colleagues was on hand back at the convention center for the rest of the show and snapped up several pictures of the Land Rover display for Alloy+Grit.
As you can see, the Discovery Sport was the main feature indoors as well, with several variants on the show floor. The pictures offer a decent glimpse into the passenger compartment, especially the controversial third row, which leaves no doubt as to why Land Rover refers to it as “5+2” seating.
Also on hand was the Discovery Vision Concept originally shown last spring in New York. The show car has been reskinned in a bright copper finish, but remains the same otherwise, foretelling the soon-to-come LR4/Discovery 4 replacement.
Displays during the press days of the auto show tend to focus exclusively on new models and concepts, but Land Rover will have its full lineup on display to the public show, which runs from now until November 30.
Thanks to Jamie Vondruska of VWvortex.com for the shots.