Another classic moniker has been extinguished in these alphanumeric times, as the once Discovery is reborn as the all-new LR3. Building on the success of the BMW-engineered Range Rover, the Disco replacement borrows heavily from the flagship's styling and demeanor, translating to a more sophisticated, more refined, and more luxurious vehicle. Gone are the days of underpowered V-8s, thanks to a Jaguar-sourced 4.4L engine producing 300 horsepower packaged with a six-speed automatic transmission. Like the engine, the suspension is designed to offer solid road performance and class-leading off-road ability. A trick new feature is Terrain Response, which allows the driver to dial in the appropriate terrain setting from five choices, calibrating electronic controls and traction systems for appropriate performance. The LR3 goes on sale later this year in North America, while the same vehicle is badged Discovery 3 in all other markets.Click here to watch the Land Rover video.