Land Rover is in the midst of a major product revamp and new details are starting to emerge about the company's future lineup.

Land Rover is in the midst of a major product revamp and new details are starting to emerge about the company's future lineup.

Car & Driver is reporting that future models will be underpinned by the EUCD architecture - that is currently used on the Freelander 2/LR2 and Range Rover Evoque - as well as the lightweight D7 architecture which underpins the Range Rover and Range Rover Sport. The latter platform is highly flexible and will reportedly underpin the next-generation Discovery and Defender.

The Discovery will likely be launched next year and is expected to move upmarket. The Defender, on the other hand, has reportedly been delayed as the model's target audience hated the DC100 concept so it is being redesigned.

More interestingly, the Evoque Cabrio concept might not go into production as originally expected. Instead, the company could launch an Evoque with a retractable panoramic glass roof.

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