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Inside David Gandy's fantasy supercar fleet

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Land Rover Discovery

Seven supercars fit for a supermodel – Simon de Burton runs the rule over David Gandy’s fantasy fleet...

Land Rover Discovery

Lovers of old-school Land Rovers tend to dismiss the firm’s new designs before they hit the road. They are almost always left eating humble pie when the latest Landy proves to combine an improbable degree of luxury with an even more improbable degree of performance. Such is the case with the new Discovery 5, which many criticised at its unveiling for not looking sufficiently rugged or practical, and for the generic styling that puts it in line with the rest of the Land Rover/Range Rover family. But it’s the best Disco’ yet – and it still offers three rows of seats, enough torque to pull a house down and the promise to take you anywhere. And bring you back again.

From £43,495, landrover.com

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